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KICK-OFF 



October 814th, a week of 

thanksgiving. Granted, October 
(pearly for thanksgiving; but 
the famed turkey is not the 
present center of attention. The 
newspaper is, however. This is 
National Newspaper week, a 
week that has been observed for 
many years. A -week in which 
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The United Fund Kick-Off 
Dinner-Rally, held Wednesday 
evening gave volunteers some- 
thing to really crow about, 35 
percent 'of the $740,437., had 
been reached. The $291.901., 
raised thus far was credited to 
increases in giving along with 
numerous new accounts this 
year."' 

Among the firms highlighted 
were; Abbott Laboratories, 
reporting a 5 percent increase 
in tyieir corporate gift ; Carson 
Pierie Scott employees with a ' 
per-capita of $19.20; Common- 
wealth Edison, Station 16 
employees contributing $4,778., 
a per capita of $44.29; 
Prudential Insurance Company 
employees with per-capita 
giving at $40.24; employees of 
Metropolitan Life Insurance 
per-capita giving at $33.33; and 
Swank Insurance, with a 21 
percent increase in employee 
giving. 

Top of the, list in Division 
reporting was Government I, 
the Combined Federal Cam- 
paign, headed by Capt. E. West. 
CFC reported over 65 per cent of 
their goal had been reached; in 
addition payroll deductions are 
on the increase. CFC was 
followed by John Conarctiy, an 
insurance agent for Prudential 
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Commercial I, reporting over S3 
percent. Third highest division 
was Tom Rostron's Presidents 
Division, which solicits from 
major firms. Rostron reported 
35.5 percent. 

Key Note speaker and 
General Campaign Chairman, 
Mayor Robert Sabonjjtan said in 
hisaddressto the 160 volunteers 



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paper can stop and give itself 
some credit. A week in which 
the reading public should stop a 
minute and be thankful for its 
existance within their nation 
especially within their com- 
munity, 'j | 

We could tell you many 
unusual stories about the 
history of newspapers in our 
country. We could tell you about. 
Benjamin Harris, who started 
the first public monthly news- 
paper called Public Occur- 
rences, a newspaper that was 
published only once before the 
English government put an end 
to it. We could tell you a story 
about the New. York Sun, which 
became the , first successful 
cheap paper in 1833, as it sold 
foi^price>cent a copy . We could 
tell yqu^how; the Sun, when it 
could hot get enough exciting 
news to fill its pages, it "faked'' 
stories. For, a week, for 
example, it ran a series of 
stories telling about the dis- 
covery of life on the moon. The 
stories fully described the 
animals and the flowers and the 
"batlike" people of the moon. 
People believed the stories, and 
the circulation ' of the Sun 
jumped to 19,000, which was the 
largest circulation of any paper 
in the world at that time. And 
we could go on and on with the 
history of the U.S. newspaper, 
but we would rather not. 

Instead, we would rather take 
thjs time and space to let you 
know that we are your 



newspaper and your voice in 
the community. No where else, 
no other media, is more 
concerned or more informed 
about your town, Antioch. 

We could tell you about the 
history of the Antioch News 
through its lengthy 87 years. We 
could tell you how Homer 
Gaston purchased the Antioch 
News in 1926 from A.B* Johnson 
and how the family ran it 
heroicly for 46 years, and how 
the chain of weekly publications 
was never broken within) those 
years. But, again we would 
rather not. 

Instead, we would rather tell 
you a little bit about how we 
feel as a Jiving and working unit 
within our community. To do 
this we would like to quote a 
paragraph that was found on 
the front page of the Antioch 
News 70 years ago this month. 
It read as follows: 
Every now and then some- 
body gets warm on account of 
something this paper says. 
That is right. If there is any 
one thing we enjoy more than 
another it is criticism. It 
shows that there is something 
in the paper to cause people 
to talk. A newspaper whic^i 
never displeases anybody 
lacks backbone and 
positiveness of character. No 
newspaper is anxious to make 
enemies, but, as has been 
said by an exchange, when a 
man's friendship comes only 



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Page* 'wK»!SKSpAYi OCTOBKK II. W&.Y.TIIE ANTIOCH NEWS 

LAKE COUNT MUSEUM ASSOC. 
ANNOUNCES FIRST LIFE MEMBERSHIP 

Membership chairman, 



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Dorothy Anderson, of the Lake. 

County Museum Association 

has announced, that the first 

Life Membership card has 
,; been issued, to Mr. and Mrs. 

YVinsor Dalgaard, of Lake 

^illa. 

The Association continues to 
. grow with more thair^lOO 

memberships being received.. 



The Dalgaards have been in 
the grocery business 25 years. 
M r . Dalgaard, Captain in the 
Lake Villa Fire Department, 
and former Assistant Chief, is 
a 21 -year veteran of the 
Department. Mrs. Dalgaard is 
a member of the Questors. 
Both are interested in things 

iistorical. They have three 
children; Winsor, jim and 
Sherri. 



+ SURVEY +( 

All loo often the average man Is not consulted when the important 
issues of the day are decided. Invariably he has little to say in the 
workings of government. 

But now, the average man has recourse. Through the following 
quest ionair re you can make your feelings known to those whom you 
will elect. 

The aim of this survey, then is twofold. First of course to indicate 
the preference of voters in key races. Second, to make a sounding of 
the issues that arc most in the minds of the electorate and possible 
policies bo be implemented. 

- We encourage anyone having additional viewpoints to jot them 
down on a separate sheet of paper. However, you need not expose 
your voting preferences. Signatures are not mandatory. 







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mil do you prefer for president? 

I Nixon 

j NJcCiovcrn 

, other 

2. Whom (In .v«ii prefer for U.S. Senator ? 

i I Percy 
[ | Pucinski 
; | Other 

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3. Whom dii you prefer for governor? 

1 I Ogilvic 
I | Walker 
I | other 

I. Itank in order of importance the most serious issues facing the 

nation. , J 
1 ! inflation 
I i Viet Nam 
I | welfare reform 
I |. crime and drug abuse 
! j school bussing to achieve racial balance 

:». Arc yon in accord with reforms instituted at both political 
conventions? 
Yes 

No 

(if you feel the need to qualify your answer, please use 

separate sheet ) 

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cihtciiI administration has effectively, controlled inflation and 

staliali/ed the economy? 

I Yes 

! No 

7. Which do you prefer: 

I I increased 
1 [ decreased 

I j existing • t_> 

spending for national defense? 



2ND ANNUAL 

"SME 
OUR SIGHT" 
SCREENING 

The Antioch Lions Club is 
sponsoring it's 2nd Annual Free. 
Save Our Sight Vision Screen- 
ing. It will be held October 22nd 
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m; at 
Antioch Community High 
School, Anyone 3 years of age or 

older is eligible. 
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The Lions are equipped to 
handle 3 or 4 thousand people. 
Four doctors as well as 150 
Lions club members will be 

working more than 18 booths. It 
will only require IS or 20 
minutes of your time to go 
through the complete testing. 

Tests are being given for 
glaucoma, muscular balance,- 
far and near vision, vision 
fields, eye pressure, hyperopin, 
depth and color perception. 

Anything less than your vision 
at it's best is a form of 
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ATTENTION!! 



Attention all of you who drink 
water, take showers and baths, 
and wash clothes and dishes. 

Beware and use your water 

with caution this week. 

The Insurance Service Office- 
of Illinois, which was formally 
the Fire Inspection and Rating 
Bureau, will run 10 to 12 flow 
tests this week. The purpose 
of the tests is to examine the 
village for Fire Insurance 
Kates, 

The tests will be conducted to- 
ward the end of the week and 
during the tests you can expect 
your water to be on the rusty . 
side. The rusty water is not 
exactly hazordous to your 
health, but it might make your 
clothes take on a more "fallish" 
hue. 

And speaking of f ires. ...An- 
tioch *s Fire Chief, Tod Maple- 
thorp, wishes to announce the 
Fire Department will have an 
open house this Friday from 7 
p.m. to 9 p.m. for public 
inspection. 



WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11 

Women's Auxiliary of St. Ignatius Church . 

La Leche League of Lake Villa and Antioch * 619 Alima Terrace, 

Antioch - 8:30 p.m., 

St, Ignatius Annual Turkey Dinner 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Parish Hall 

Parent Classes for 1st Communion at St. Peter's Family Room - 8 

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12 . ' 

Lake County Ostomy Assn., Amphitheatre; Victory Memorial 
Hospital •/ ; 

Rotary - 12 Noon - Brave Bull 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 

Antioch Methodist Church W.S.C.S. Rummage Sale a.m. - 5 

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 

Lake County Cross Country - North Chicago 
Football Game - Antioch vs Warren - There - 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 

885 Club "Hunters Warm Up Shoot" 9 a.m. to dark 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 16 

Cross Country - Grayslake, Waueonda - Home 

Village Board Meeting - 8 p.m. 

Rap Forum - 7:30 ACHS 

PTA Open House - Antioch Grade School - 8 P.M. 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17 

Knights of Columbus Council No. 3800 meeting 



CLC OFFERS VET LAB COURSES 



"We had so many people 
enroll that we had to open a 
second section," said Mr. Hal 
Garner, Assistant Dean of 
Instruction, College of Lake 
County, in discussing the 
popularity of thenew non-credit 
"Veterinary Laboratory Tech- 
niques'* course being offered. 

Jeanne Schuck, a technician 
from the Beach Park Animal 
Hospital, Waukegan, is teach- 
ing the course which has 



attracted students from such 
distant communities as Wil- 
mette and even as far as 
Chicago. 

"The idea for a course, in 
veterinary lab technology came 
to us from the community. It 
was suggested as a need that 
the College could fill and we 
went to work on it," said 
Garner. He also said the course 
would be offered again when 
interest and need are shown. 



K. Which policy regarding the Viet Nam I'OW's do you feel most 
likely to Niieeed? 

, i Require the return of POW's prior to withdrawal 
1 .Withdraw first as a condition for the release of POW's 
j | Other 

Please eul out and return to: 

Political Kditor . . 

Antioch News 
P.O. Box S 
Antioch. Ill (101102 



DEADLINE FOR 
I SURVEY 

DRAWING NEAR 

Just a reminder that the 
deadline for submission of 
.entries in the political survey is 
drawing close. Antioch News 
editor-publisher, Joseph Rush, 
has established Saturday, Oct. 
2B as the final day the surveys 
would be accepted. 



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JOSEPH T. RUSH PUBLISHER, EDITOR 

BARBARA RUSH BUSINESS MANAGER 

' Published weekly on Wednesdays. Annuel Subscription 15.00. 

Single Copy IS Cents. , Entered as Second cum matter at Anlioch, 

Illinois poit office. In cato of cnanfle of eddress or non delivered 

■ , . copies notify the Publisher, 141 Chert Lena, Antlocti, Illinois. 40083. 

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Carl Quedenfeld .- Art Department 
Lee Collins -Ad Sales 

KathyKauss- Staff Reporter 
Gerri Amundsen -Receptionist 

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<. ' Mrs. Louise Gutowstti 

Channel Lake Representative ots-isit 

MEMBER. OF ILLINOIS PRESS ASSOCIATION AND NATIONAL 
NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION 




SURPRISE!! FIRES 
ARE ALIVE AND LIVING 

Maybe you have never seen a. great big fire. A 
fire that encloses and destroys buildings and blocks, 
capturing victims of concrete as well as trees and 
bushes. Maybe you have never seen a fire that 
ruthlessly and cruelly reaches out and takes its 
unsuspecting victims, while they sleep or fruitlessly 
try to escape. And maybe because you haven't seen 
these things you forget they are real and can 
happen to you when you least expect it. 

Unfortunately, it takes a tragedy to shock us back 
into the reality. A tragedy like the San Fransico fire 
of 1906 that burned 2,593 acres, 514 city blocks, and 
destroyed 28,000 buildings at a loss of $350,000,000 
doesn't really do the trick anymore, since it 
happened so long ago and at such a distance. The 
great Chicago fire of a hundred years ago hits the 
spot a little closer. But a fire becomes a greater 
reality on the individual, more personal level than it 
does by relating statistics of classic fires. 

Of more importance is the fact that every 37 
seconds a fire breaks out somewhere in the United 
States. Of these fires, approximately one in three 
damages or destroys someones home. Antioch, itself 
had three fires this last weekend. One of these fires 
completely destroyed a trailer and another did 
$11,000 damage to an area home. 

There are also more than 11,000 deaths, one third 
of them children, due to fire in the United States 
every year. Already this year over 6000 people have 
lost their lives in home fires and approximately 700 
million dollars in residential property has gone up 
in smoke. 

All of these figures are grim reminders that fire 
remains .the number one cause of accidental deaths 
in the home. And all of these things should make 
you ask yourself what is protecting you from this 
fatal stalker? When was the last time you checked 
your house for fire hazards? Do it today and save 
our fireman a trip to your house. 



CHICAGO FIRE KINDLED RATIONAL 
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK % 



In 1911, 40 years after the 
terrible fire that burned most of 
Chicago to the ground, the Fire 
Marshal Association of. North 
America asked that people 
remember what such a holocaust 
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W2.%! the President of the 
United States decreed that the 
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cannot legislate honesty and 
1 good beh avior in a nybody '_.__. 



"There is only one thing worse 
than a defeated politician, and 
thai's a broke one.", Paul 
Powell, Illinois Secretary of 

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When Illinois 1 Secretary of 
State/Paul Powell died of a 
heartattack on October 10, 1970 - 
some peculiar facts began to 
emerge/ Facts: that were 
damaging to Powell as a 
person as well as a politician. 

Powell, who in his life time 
of public service never earned 
more than $30,000 a year, left 
an estate worth more than $2 
million - $800,000 of it in bills 
packed into shoeboxes, brief- 
cases, strongboxes, in the 
closet of his hotel suite in 
Springfield. 

This shameful incident" which 
left Powell in questionable 
light, also has shed an 
unfavorable light on all politic- 
ians. The public seems to look 
on politicians as misers and 
scondrels that are as crooked 
as the Tower of Pisa. This 
incident coupled with the Otto 
Kerner case seems to confirm 
the publics' beliefs. 

Therefore, the Antioch News 
has taken it upon themselves 
to ask our six district 
candidates for General As- 
sembly their views on how this 
crediability gap can be closed. 

Daniel M. Pierce (Dem) 
incumbent candidate for State 
Representative: Feels that the 
image of the politician will be 
strenghtened if the candidates 
are required to make income 
and conflict of interests 
disclosures. It is his opinion 
that the currently passed. Ethic 
Bill is too weak, because of the 
fact that the disclosure regu- 
lations were too indefinite. He 
also feels that campaign 
contributions should be dis- 
closed. 

Pierce also drew a very 
valid point. He said, "Our 
electorate must be alert to 
elect good men. The man who 
was involved in the "shoe box" 
scandal had been elected to a 
second term, even though his 
character was questionable." 

W.J. Murphy (Rep) incum- 
bent candidate for State 
Representative: Pointed out 
that as far as he knows he is 
the only legislator to date, in 
the state that has filed a full 
disclosurer statement, stating 
his' financial status and his 
economic activities in detail. 
He adds that this is far beyond 
the meager disclosure that the 
new Ethics Legislation calls 
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. He feels that the code of 

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ificant due to the fact that it is 
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Murphy said, "I will continue 
to serve on the principle that 
my duty is first to the people of 
my district, secondly to the 
state of Illinois, and third to 

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my party." 

Stephen M. Slav in <Oem> 
candidate for State Senator: Is 
an advocate of disclosures for 
public officals. He enthusias- 
tically supported recent ethics 
legislation that was passed by 
the Illinois General Assembly. 
However, He doesn't feel that 
the current legislation goes far 
enough and is Concerned by the 
fact that the Ethies Code does 
hot require public disclosures 
of campaign contributions, 
"professions!" fees or loans to - 
public officials. If elected 
Slavin will promptly introduce 
legislation to "plug" these 
loopholes.". 

Furthermore, as a candidate 
for State Senator, Slavin will 
fully disclose his sources of 
income, net worth, and cam- 
paign contributions and ex- 
penses for public scrutiny. 

Karl Bernihg(Rep) incum- 
bent candidate for State 
Senator: Feels that it is 
necessary to take as many 
steps as possible to assure the 
people that those in public 
office are honest. Berning did 
support the Ethics Code and 
thinks that it is as stringent as 
any in the country. But he feels 
that perhaps it is inadequate 
because it does not include 
campaign contributions. He 
•also pointed out that the Ethics 
Code could not have turned up 
Powell's "shoe boxes". 

The real problem, he cont- 
inued, is how to screen honest 
people. He said, "The best 
policy here would be for the 
citizenry to encourage parties 
to put into office those in whom 
they have confidence. The total 
background of the candidate 
should be commensurate with 
his way of life." 

Casey Kukllnski (Dem) Can- 
didate for State Represent- 
ative: Would seek a stronger 
Ethics Bill and' consider 
updating the present oaths for 
county and state officials. He 
feels that the Ethic Code as it 
stands is a sham and an insult 
to the people. 

He feels that the electorate 

sjhould know their candidates 

and that news services should 

report candidates conduct and 

voting records. 

Kuklinski has said, "I am 
committed to a politics of 
. openess and honesty, a politics 
of personal encounter and will 
represent the people of my 
district with a deep interest 
and concern.' 

Kuklinski also added that he 
will hot use the legislative 
body to make a profit as one Of 
his opponents appears to be 
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Donald E. Deustes*. ( Rep)"' 

candidate for State Represent- 

ative: 

Has a formula for finding an 
honest politician. He admits . 
that it is a simple one, but not 
an easy one. 

Deuster said, "Elect an 
honest man, and then, watch 
him carefully. Honesty is like 
pregnancy. You either are or 
you aren't, and sooner or later *y 
one or the other becomes 
obvious. Probably all of us 
seeking public office regard 
ourselves as being honest. 
Happily, here in America, its , 
for you the voter to judge." 
Deuster also had some advice 
to offer the citizens of Antioch. 
He advised, "You, the citizens 
of Antioch, of Lake County and 
of Illinois must energetically 
support those candidates that 
you feel are honest and 
incorruptible. Develop a 
friendship with them that lasts 
beyond election day. Tell them 
how proud you are of their 
honest service. Let them know 
how broken-hearted you will be 
if they ever accept a bribe. Set 
a high standard for their 
performance." 

Deuster's philosophy of life 
and government is one that is 
based on confidence in the 
capacity of intelligent people to 
manage their own affairs. 

Wc hope that the above 
statements will give our 
readers a better insight into 
the thoughts and positions of 
our candidates. We will cont- 
inue to question our candidates 
on the various problems facing 
our 32nd district. If you have a 
particular question that .'you 
would like the candidates to 
answer, please write it out and 
forward it to the Antioch News. 



Office Hours 

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ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE 



Teachers , and pupils are 
working' very hard at the 
Antioch Grade School making 
preparations for the annual 
Open House for parents. All of 
the classrooms -will_bej)pen 
during the evening of Monday, ~ 
October 16th, so that parents, 
and friends may see exhibits of 
the children's classroom work. 
The teachers will discuss some 
of the academic programs they 
will present to the students this 
year. 

The officers of the Grade 
School PTA are hoping for a 
large turn out of parents for the. 
PTA meeting which will 
proceed the Open House portion 
of the evening. This year the 
PTA hopes to build and expand 
into specific action programs. 
The PTA- is asking each 
parent to give some of their 
spare time to help staff 
• volunteer programs. This 
volunteer work might take the 
form of an hour in the central 
library, a short session with a 
child in the reading program, a 
lime with Kindergarten 
students, or a work period 
typing in the office. 

There are many jobs that 
mothers can do at home 1 . For 
example, the Christmas pro- 



gram will need women to sew 
* costumes, type songs and play 
lines for students, bake goodies, 
and to work on art projects. 
Since, these activities can be 
done at home, transportation 
stioUldn'st be a stumbling block 
or used as an excuse. 

In February the PTA will 
sponsor a "Fun Fair". The Fair 
will consist of booths and other 
various attractions that will 
provide fun for the whole 
family. The purpose. of the Fair 
is to raise money for the school. . 
The money that is raised will 
help all of the students in the 
lower grade school, so shouldn't 
ail of their parents help and 
contribute their, share? 

One of the biggest problems 
that the PTA faces can be 
summed up in three words, 
"lack of support". Anyone who 
is currently involved in the PTA 
can tell you that they see the 
same few' faces at all of the 
functions and meetings. 

Perhaps, some of the parents 
do not realize that there is 
really a need for the PTA»The 
PTA docs not merely consist of 
monthly meetings, in fact there 
are relatively few meetings. 
And perhaps some parents do 
not, realize that the PTA is 




directly helping their own 
children and that both parents 
can give a helping hand. 

This can be an exceptionally 
meaningful and rewarding year 
for, all parents, teachers and 
children. This is what, the PTA 
is all about- giving sharing and 
building a complete school life 
for the children. 

If you would like to help, and 
the PTA would love to have you, 
give Mrs. Gloria Holbert a call 
at 395-3673. 



Mrs. MaeDonald's second grade students busily work in their 
math corner. There is room in this picture for you, care to help? 
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Mrs. (Iloria Holbert. who is president of the PTA, gives a helping hand to Mrs. Bruce's kindergarten 
class. Her assistance* is greatly needed and appreciated and so is yours, so lend a hand. (Staff Photo) 

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come thir to help . the school. 
And they give the school mony. 

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a club that helps buy the books 

and desks and things for the 

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representative for the New ' 
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Milwaukee Company Incor- 
porated. He is the former 
Vice-president of McConhick 
and Company, a Chicago 
Brokerage Firm. 
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stockbroker for the past six 
and a half years. During that 
time he has been actively 
engaged in advising many 
clients on the purchase and 
sale of stocks, bonds* and 
mutual funds. ■ : 

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1046 Victoria Street, where he 
resides with his wife, Dee. The 
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FUND KICK-OFF 

present, that many of us spend 
more money in tipping than we 
give to the United Fund. "Most 
of us spend more money for 
cigarettes too," the mayor 
continued. Sabonjian urged 
workers to strive for; 50 percent 
of the goal by the. October 10th 
report meeting. 

Attending from Antioch was 
Pres Beckers Jr., of the State 
Bank of Antioch. Reckers is the 
Division Major for the com- 
munity Drive in Antioch. 
Assisting Major Beckers are 
Joe Rush, Art Wegner, and Joe 
Titus, With Kick-Off only a few 
days ago Reckers has already 
reported over $100.00 

United Fund workers in the 
Antioch area who are working 
with chairman, Reckers, are: 
Art "Wegner , Dick Kirkpatrick, 
Mike Byrnes and Jack Atwpod 
in the. industrial area; Joe 
Titus, Mike Haley and Donald 
Walsh and' John Doetsch in 
retail. Antioch 

Jaycees who have made the 
Fund their project are Tony 
Starcevic, Bill Slatter, Ed 
Roach, Rich Siebert, Tim 
Tierney, Terry Folbrick, Mike 
Malick and Jim Koppa. "Beat- 
ing the bushes" with < their 
enthusiasm are Brad Ipsen, 
Glenn Hendricksonf-Fred-Hol-^ 
foert, Betty Wurster, Dolores 
Pierce, Rosemary Eckert, 
Jean Rockow and Janice Hunt. 
Joe Rush is in charge of 
publicity. 

Many people. in the area will 
not be solicited for the United 
Fund. ' Pres Reckers has 
announced that donations will 
be accepted at the State Bank 
of Antioch, 440 Lake Street. 
These donations will be greatly 
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70 YEARS AGO OCTOBER 9. 1902 ' J 

Absolute and complete failure to settle the great anthracite coal 

strike met the efforts of President Roosevelt, and the solution of the 

labor fight seemed further off than ever. 
Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Aikin went to Chicago Tuesday where they will 

attend the M.E. church conference this week. 

SO YEARS AGO OCTOBER 12. 1922 ^ 

Male teachers in Lake County are well paid. Only two other 

counties in the state are higher. Women teachers here are the . 

highest paid of any in the state. Average of men. teachers is 

$2,070.31 and average of women teachers is $1,317.03. ** 

Giants take World Series - crash the Yankees. 
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paulsen and Mr. and Mrs. EH. Glenn spent the 

week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Message. 

25 YEARS AGO OCTOBER 9. 1947 

Everett Oftedahl makes member No. 13 on the Antioch Rescue 
Squad. They will be measured for new uniforms at their next 
meeting. 

Ralph Trieger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Trieger, 1046 S. Main 
St., is pledged to Beta Theta Pi at Knox College. 

Wm. Weber, Jr. (Duke), entered Lake Forest Academy to begin 
his studies this week. 

10 YEARS AGO. OCTOBER II, 1962 

Mrs. Fred Oschmann and Mrs. Dudley Kennedy of the Antioch 
Garden Club met to discuss the Oct 18 Salad Bar Card Party. 

Skirt lengths will be 16" from the floor this fall, says Mari Ann 
Pechousek getting ready for the Third Annual Luncheon and Style 
Show to be held at the Antioch Methodist Church. 

Area Turkey winners of the Lake County chapter of Ducks 
Unlimited Turkey Shoot were: Wm. Brook, F. Dittmer, Sr., F. 
Dittmer, Jr., C. Kempf, J. Carlson, Scott Hawkins, Wm. J. Wilton, 
Pete Matteoni, R. Helgesen, C.B. Olson and R. Gresens. 

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REMEMBER WHEN?We don't, but we know that all it takes 
sometimes is a little reminder to jerk a memory arid bring back 
recollections of those days gone by. Each week we print an old 
photo submitted by ah Antioch resident. Some we will be able to 
identify! For others, we leave it to you to search your own mental 
scrapbook. Call us if you can identify a photo. Better yet, if you 
have amemorable photo to share, bring it in to the office. 



WINNERS OF 
COLOR 
THE BANK 

The Color the Bank Contest 
that was held by the First 
National Bank of Antioch, to 
celebrate their "new home", 
are: 
Age 5 to 7 years. 
Peter Reitz, 1st -$5. savings 
account; Ernest A. Cook, 2nd - 
$3. Savings Account; and 
Robert Kasco, 3rd - $2. Savings 
Account. 

Age 7 to 10 years. 

Kathy Bailey, 1st - $5. Savings 
Account; Timniy Gratkowski, 
2nd - $3. Savings Account, and 
Alan Ware, 3rd,- $2. Savings 
Account. 
Age 10 to 12 years. 
Kathy O'Donnell, 1st - $5. 
Savings Account; Deanna 
Ware, 2nd - $3. Savings 
Account, and Cheryl Jenkins, 
3rd - $2. Savings Account. 

Fourth Place Winners rec- 
eived a 1972 Silver Dollar each. 
Christopher Gary, Kandi Jo 
Gary, Tony Billings, Danny 
Richie, Tracey Mielke, Linda 
Zimmerman, Betty Costa, 
Gerry O'Malley, Randy Ritchie 
Roberta Paleneia, and Donald 
Beyner, 



RAINBOW GIRLS 
BEGIN FALL TERM 

On Monday, October -25, the 
Rainbow Girls held their first 

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meeting of the new term. 
Initiation practice and ballot- 
ing were held. Plans to go see 
the Ice Follies at the end of 
October was discussed. 
After the meeting everyone 



A lovely phone call from 
Mrs. Robert McCann gave us 
an identification to the Rem- 
ember When picture-that was 
in the September 27 issue. Of 
course the Station is the Loon 
Lake Station, The store in the 
background was the Frank Cox 
Grocery Store. Mrs McCann 
used to work there as a young 
lady. 



went downstairs for refresh- 
ments. 

Another meeting was held 
Monday night, October 9th. 
Karen Nissen was initiated into 
the asembly. Congratulations , 
Karen! Refreshments and 
games were held after the 
meeting. 



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Two alleged robberies 
were committed in Antioch 
during the last few days. 

The Antioch Sales and 
Auction Barn was the scene 
of the first alleged crime, 
when their barn was ap- 
parently broken into. The 
supposed burglar broke a 
window on the northeast 
corner of the building. Once 
inside the culprit (s) took 
$3.00 in pennies from the 
cash register, 2 electric 
heaters, valued at $65.00, 
one gallon of paint valued at 
$11, three oil lamps valued 
at $9.75, 5 small lamps at 
$36.95, and one red new 



gasoline powered motor 



valued at $94.50. Total loss 
is estimated at $287.60 

All of the stolen items 
were taken from the first 
floor and exit was ap- 
parently made by opening a 
large garage door and then 
breaking out of 1 the rear 
double doors. 

Stringer Dodge was the 
scene of the second alleged 
crime as all the gas caps 
from the new cars on the lot 
mysteriously dissappeared. 
A total of 17 caps were 
reported missing at an 
estimated total loss of $85. 



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B.J.V the new clothing store 
in town. A lovely lady called to 
tell us what an asset to Antioch 
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Happy anniversary to Earl and 
Bernice Pape who will be 
married 25 years 7 on October 
18th. ^ .-. r ■ 

Saw Mr.- and Mrs. Santa Claus 
(alias Clarence and Dorothy 
Shultis) and -it's not too early 
to think about Christmas , for 
them. They already have a 
basement full of toys that they 
have refurbished toj distribute 
to needy children through 
"Toys for Tots". They still are 
in need of more dolls, bikes, 
etc. and yam (Dorothy cro- 
chets clothes for the dolls). If 
you have any of these articles, 
I'm sure they would be most 
happy to accept them. They 
live at 1040 Bishop St. Antioch. 



This is Fire Prevention Week. 

Tod Maplethorpck tells ; us the 
Fire House will be open from 7 
to 9 Vp.m. oh Friday evening. 
■Be sure to visit with the 
firemen and see all the 
equipment the Antioch Fire 
Department has. 

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Our condolences to , Barbara 
Madden whose husband passed 
away this week; 

Belated birthday wishes to 
Tom Warner who had % a : 
birthday oh October 10. 

Speaking of birthdays, Sue 
Amundsen became a teen-ager 
on October 8th and celebrated 
with a slumber party on 
Friday night. No sleep and a 
lot of fun was had by all. 

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Our congratulations to Mr. 

and Mrs. David Millerjer ' who 

became the parents of a baby 



FULL SOCIAL MONTH 
FOR NEWCOMERS 9 



s October is turning out to be a 
full month of social activities 
for the Antioch Welcome Wagon 
Newcomers* Club. 

Our arts and crafts program 
is starting to go great guns. We 
have* had much interest in this 
program. The arts and crafts 
projects are : open to all 
members of the club. If you 
wish to become a member and 
join the Newcomers', please 
contact pur chairman of the arts 
and .'crafts program,. Betty 
Baker - 395-3650. We have the 
following dates for you to jot 
down, for the coming week: 

Wed. Oct 11 - 10 am - Class in 
pine cone wreaths and acorn 
faces. Home of Mary Ellen 
Rizzo . .- 395-6215 

Tues. Oct 17 - 10 am - Session 
in knitting; crocheting and 
sewing. Home of Josephine 
Kapustkav 395-6117. 

Wed. Oct 18 - 1 pm - Christmas 



decorations. Home of Joanne 
Bell - 395-6733, 

The ladies phone numbers are 
listed -'give them a call as to 
directions to their homes and 
what you should bring. 

The Newcomers'- will hold a 
bowling party at. Antioch Bowl, 
Saturday evening, October 21st, 
at 9:00 p.m. This will be scotch 
doubles and great fun for the 
husbands and wives. Also 
friends are invitee). Contact Sue 
Albrecht 395-6376 or Shirley 
Bunker 395-1413 for more 
information and reservations. 

October 31st, at 1:00 pm a 
"Coffee" is on hand at Betty 
Baker's. Call her at 395-3650 for 
directions and a ride if you are. 
in need of same. 

The Newcomers*, wish to 
thank everyone for the fine 
effort toward the success of the 
bake sale. Baked goods, time 
and effort donated to the sale 
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girl, Heidi-Kay on Tuesday, 
October 3rd. The little miss 
tipped the scales;at 61bs. 10 oz. 
and; was the fourth addition^ to 
ihei Miller household. Mrs. 
Miller's parents Mr. and Mrs, 
E.S. Tanner are here helping 
but and enjoying their visit 
thoroughly. Mr. Miller 'is the 
coach of the Giants Little 
League team. : r, - 



Two month , old Stephanie 
Da una Ruperd was ' baptized 
last Sunday by Rev. Lawrence 
Hanley. Stephanie is the 
daughter ; of : Mr. and Mrs. 
Stephen rupert of Zion . God 
parents were Mrs; Dean 
Penderson of Antioch; and 
Philip Kempley of Zion. After 
the ceremony, grandparents 
Mr. and Mrs. Leif Larson Held 
a party in their home in 
Antioch. The Ruperd grand- 
parents were also in atten- 
dance. 

We hope our Sequoits start a 
winning streak as they meet 
Warren on Saturday. Good 
Luck Guys! 

See ya at the football game 

Annie Mae\ 



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Accfdtnts often are the. twecpstaEces in whicfr everyone in- 

'■■ , : ,lve]y#- ; jn6&lQ^^ is #f rimjportant^tp know end pro* > : 

. vtice the rules off safety on the road .7 . In the home or factory .^v ' 
.and on the farm. 



The growing popularity of bicycles and motorcycles put the very 

young as well as grown-ups on different kind of; wheels. How- 
ever, the rules of the road apply to them, too/ but auto drivers 
must watch out especially. for wobbly youngsters or two riders! 
on a single machine. What's more _.. . yield the right of way to 
.them . , .whether they really have it or not. 



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by: DelJahneke 
The Antioch American Legion 
Auxiliary No. 748 honored their 
past presidents at a pot luck 
supper party, held at " the 
Antioch American Legion ' 
Home, October 2nd, with Mrs: 
John L. Horan, President, 
conducting this party meeting. 

Past presidents who were 
present were Mrs. J.L. Horah, 
Mrs. Ray Rathmann, Mrs. 
. Joseph Horton, Mrs. John W. 
Horan, Mrs. Ralph Fields, Mrs.. 
Lester Zitkus, Mrs. Evan Kaye, 
Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Mrs. 
Lillian Hand and Mrs; Bernard 
Stadick. A book will be donated 
to the Antioch Public Library in 
honor of all the Unit's Past 
Presidents. ■» ' 

Mrs. J. L. Hor in attended the 
lUth District Auxiliary's re- 
habilitation meeting, held at the 
Mundelein American Legion 
Home on September 29th. She 
informed the members that the 
Antioch Unit would be co-spon- 
soring several parties at 
Downey Hospital this next year. 

According to Mrs. Rathmann, 
membership chairman, Antioch 
Unit now has 66 paid up 
members. Members who do not 
regularly attend meetings are 



urged to send their dues to; her 
at the earliest possible date. 
The Antioch American Legion 
Auxiliary extends a most 
cordial welcome into member- 
ship to any women in this area 
who are eligible to be members. 

Over forty Antioch legion- 
naires and their wives; auxil- 
iary members and their 
husbands who had worked at 
the annual Carnival last July, 
enjoyed a delicious catered 
dinner, with card games 
afterwards, at St. Ignatius 
Episcopal" Church, September 
16th, reported Mrs. John W. 
Horan, Chairman. 

Mrs. Joseph Horton and Mrs. 
Ralph Fields were elected 
delegates; and Mrs. Earl 
Horton and Mrs. Lena Message 
elected alternates to the Second 
Division Fall Meeting in 
November; and the 2nd 
Division convention next June., 
Mrs. Ray Rathmann, Division 




Legion Meeting, held in the 



LEARNING MADE FUN 



President; Mrs. Edward Antioch Legion Hall, October 

Jahneke, Divison Chaplain; and 20*. at 8:15 P.*" 1 -. and the 10th 

Unit President Mrs. J.L. Horan District American Legion 

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The Antioch Unit will be 
serving refreshments for both 



Bth, at the Hall, at 8:00 p.m. 

After the meeting, the 
members entertained them- 



These Emmons kindergartners are learning their traffic signals 
and colors in style, as they very artistically fashioned their own 
traffic signals. From left to right are students: Mike Merkel, 
Richard Thayer, Kathy/ Lawrence, and Billy Fenger, who is 
better known as "Buzzy". (Staff Photo) 



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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muller, 
Sr., of Antioch, Illinois 
celebrated their 50th Wedding 
Anniversary on September 23rd 
at a surprise reception given by 
their children, Mr. and Mrs. 
William Rynu of Chicago and 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank MuIIer, Jr., 
of Antioch. 

The reception was held at 



Dileo's Banquet Hall on Chicago' 

Avenue in Chicago with almost 

a hundred relatives, old friends 
. and .neighbors present to help 

the happy couple celebrate. 
Among the many beautiful 

gifts and cards received by the 
.couple was a very special 

message of congratulations 

from President Nixon. 



CARMEL HIGH HOLDS FALL DINHER DANCE 



The Fathers' Club of Carmel 
High School in Mundelein, 
Illinois, will hold its Annual 
Fall pinner Dance on Satur- 
day, October 14, from 7:00 
p.m. until 1:30 a.m. Cocktails, 
dinner and dancing - $15.00 per 
couple - at Carmel High School 



Cafeteria and Lounge. 

Carmel High School is 
located on Route 176, one and a 
quarter miles west of Liberty- 
ville, .on the east side of 
Mundelein. . 

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BARSKI ■ PHILLIPS 

Miss Karen Barski became, 
the bride of Jerry Phillips 
September 16th . in a 5:00 
. ceremony at the United 
Methodist Church in Antioch*. ; . 
; The Rev. Donald M. Cobb 
performed the double ring 
ceremony. The bride, daughter 
of Mr & Mrs. Harold Barski, of 
Antioch was given away by her 
father. 

The groom is the son of Mr & 
Mrs. Gail Phillips, of French 
Creek, West Virginia. 

The bride wore a floor-length 
gown • of white matte jersey 
and Venise lace. The bodice 
was fashioned with a high 
neckline and long full sleeves. 
The skirt was slightly shirred 
with some back fullness. The 
headpiece was a matching lace 
edged imported illusion Mant- 
illa chapel veil: The bride 
carried white daisies and 
roses,^— \ . \ 

Joan Stahl, sister of the 
bride, was Matron of honor, 
and Ben Edens of Zion, served 
as best man. Ken Watson of 
Antioch was the soloist. 

A reception for about 100 
guests was held at the Angels 
on Route 83. Guests came from 
West Virginia for this occasion 
as did Mrs. Wayne West, sister' 
of the .bride and neice Holly 
. flew in from Excelsior Springs, 
Missouri. 




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bride of Mr, Dale Lynn Sisson 
on Saturday, August 26, 1972. 



I A l*f C COUNTY The ceremonv was performed 

MENTAL HEALTH 

ASSN. BEGINS FALL SEASON 



The Antioch Mental Health 
Association will hold a buffet 
luncheon and fur fashion show 
at Lambs Farm on Wednes- 
day, October 18. 

Requested arrival time is 
11:45 a.m. for a tour of the 
shops and the luncheon will be 
served at 12:45. Tickets are 
$3.00. Please call for your 
reservations at the Antioch 
Thrift Shop - 395-0552 on 
Thursday, Friday or Saturday, 
October 12, 13, or 14. . 

This is the first meeting of 
the fall season and the women 
of the Association would like to 



extend their welcome to all 
who are interested in being a 
vital part of this worthwhile 
endeavor. Come and view 
Lambs Farm and see what the 
Antioch Mental Health As- 
sociation is doing. 



by the Rev. R. Brock and 
Pascal Rcdfern in the United 
Methodist Church in Scotville, 
Illinois. 

The bride wore a satin gown, 
with lace trimmed bodice and 
long sheer sleeves and a 
chapel length train. The Maid 
of Honor was Miss Sue Barrow 
and the Best Man was Joel 
Strahan of Antioch, Illinois. 

A reception in the bride's 
home followed. Many out of 
town guests attended. 

Janice will graduate from 
WIU in December of this year. 
Dale graduated from the same 
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OIL PAINTING 

PROCEDURES...... ..There are 

probably as many different 
ways of starting a painting, as 
there are artists, but we can 
reduce them down to two basic 
approaches. In a direct 
approach, the artist lays on 
large areas of local color, that is 
the color each thing is: the 
apple is red, the pear, green, 
etc. This is done with undiluted 
paint anji without previous 
drawing on the panel. As the 
artist paints, wet into wet, he 
gradually models the object into 
its contour and details, such as 
the roundness of the apple, its 
variations of color and its stem. 
This is done by using lights and 
darks to show highlights and 
shadows; .-;'. 

In the indirect approach, the, 
picture is carefully drawn with 
a soft charcoal stick. Then with 
a fine pointed round sable 
brush, the charcoal lines are 
traced over with diluted blue 
paint. Blue is usually used as it 
covers most readily with any 
color. The charcoal is then 



The latter is more adapted to 
realism, but might result in the 
stiffness associated with *a 
"paint-by -numbers" technique. 
No matter what method of 
starting is used, the end results 
is most important. It is YOUR 
painting, not a copy. You might 
admire the swirling strokes of 
Impressionist Van Gogh, or the 
smoothness of paint of Sur- 
realist Dale, and even try to 
imitate their • but using your 
own subject matter, your own 
temperment will cause the style 
to become your "own thing. 



wet into wet, if laid on carefully, t 
TrW: it. You'll never know what 
can^ be done unless you d 
experiment. Remember.. ...you 
can never ruin an oil painting, 
because you can cover .over 
mistakes, layer after layer* 
after layer; 

Happy painting. 



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PAINTING IS FUN, by Aloil 
Fabry, Antioch Community 
Library, No751 F; COMPLETE 
COURSE IN OIL PAINTING, 
by pile Nordmark, Antioch 
Community Library, No. 751 N. 
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Smooth painting is achieved 
by blending colors with soft 
brushes, such as sables, and by 
building . up slowly without 
heavy application of paint. 
Roughpainting is accomplished 
by the use of bristle brushes and 
paintng knives, laying the color 
on thickly. In order to build up 
t exceptionally heavy, paints are 
given more body by the addition 
of "Gel," a clear jelly-like 
substance that does not effect 
the color, merely adds bulk. 

dusted off immediately. The Many beg taner ar tists paint 

drawing is now painted with 

diluted colors, much in the 

manner of doing a transparent 

water color until all white 

ground, is covered. The blue 

lines show through each local 

color. From here on the artist 

builds up any area in detail and 

with heavier, opaque painting, 

gradually modeling each object 

with its variations and details. 

Usually the procedure here is 

to paint in the background and 

work toward the foreground. 
Of the two approaches, the 

former is a faster more 

expressive method, but it does 

not suit everyones temperment. 



layer on layer of paints, waiting 
for under layers to dry. The 
nature of oil paints is its slow 
drying, so don't fight it, use it It 
allows longer working time for 
shading one color into another. 
There is no need to always 
pre-mix all the colors on the 
palette. To lighten a color, for 
example, add the white directly 
to the color already on the panel 
and do the blending there. 
Sometimes it is better to wait 
until the underlayer is dry to 
add minute details, such as 
twigs and fine branches ovei 
the "sky" background. How 
ever, even this can still be done 



When* Stanley's Men's Fash- 
ions made their Grand Opening 
along with the Shoe Box in the 
Anitoch Shopping Plaza they 
did it in style. 

All Twelve plaza stores 
joined together to make the 
openings a success. The stores 
sponsored 10 big get acquain- 
ted days from September 28 to 
October 7. During these days 
special exhibits were shown; 
including: camper and trailer 
displays, snowmobile and boat j 
displays and a big auto show. 
Free pony rides were also \ 





addition to the displays the 
participaTingS stores also of: 

fered their customers super 
duper specials. £[ \ ;-.- : ; : -. 

The men in Stanley's Men's 
Fashions, Terry Folbrick, Stan 
Toton, and Steve Smouse, fee! 
that : the grand opening was 
very^ very; successful. They 
have been sponsoring a draw- 
ing for oyer $800 in prizes: The 
contest is still going on so run 
in and register, you don't even 
have to buy anything,, but 
hurry; you only have, until 
Saturday the 14th. 



B.J. Rogers, (left;) Vice 
President of Sales, for Jockey 
International, shows Stan 
Toton . a winning, ticket in 
Stanley's Men's Fashions 
Grand Drawing in which over 
$800 worth of prizes will be 
given away. (Staff Photo) 



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allowed regardless of quanity attorney pointed out a clause 



If horses are allowed to live 
in Antioch how. many horses 
should be allowed per acre? 
What should the minimum 
acreage be? What should the 
' maximum amount of horses be 
regardless of acreage? If- the 
ordinance to be drawn - up is 
called an Equine Ordinance, 
will this mean that donkeys 
and even zebras will be 
allowed to live in Antioch?; If 
horses are allowed, how- close 
. will they be allowed to live to 
\ their neighbor? Etc., etc.,?? 

These were some of the 
questions that were raised at 





BY: DelJahneke 

On September 29th and 30th, 
some twenty five women 
members of the Antioch 
Evangelical Free Church en- 
joyed a spiritual retreat at 
beautiful, wooded Camp Kim- 
berley, near East Troy, Wise. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wikoff 
from Urbana, Illinois, were 
guests of Mrs. Wikoff *s mother, 
Mrs. Joseph Rhymer of rural 
Antioch from September 28th 
through October 1st. They spent 
a good deal of their time in the 
Chicago area. 

How many of you have 
dreamed of seeing the Holy 
Land? Following in the foot- 
steps of Christ, his Apostles and 
his believers? A fabulous, jet 
plane~from O'HareT^Sirport 



at? 



the Village board meeting on 
Monday night. The Board has 
decided to draw up the new 
ordinance to permit horses in 
order to grant MrT George 
Blanksten's request to main- 
tain horses on his 10 acres of 
land. '".\.^ 

The new ordinance that the 
board has authorized their 
attorney to draw up will make 
it possible to own horses in 
Antioch, but several conditions 
will have to be met first. ; 

The minimum lot will have 
to be no less than 80,000 feet or 
five acres. Five^acres will 
allow 'a man to raise two 
horses. It will take at least 
eight acres to raise four horses 
and that is the maximum 
number of horses that will be 



of acreage. The horses cannot 
be maintained for commercial ' 
purposes and may be only used 
for personal pleasure. The 
horses must be kept at least 35 
feet from property lot lines and 
10 feet from the nearest septic* 
system. ' 

k Finally the Board decided 
that this hew ordinance will be 
called ah equine Ordinance on 
the grounds: that a horse 
ordinance would be too specific 
and that they would run into a 
similar problem as soon . as 
someone decided that they 
wa n ted a donkey and . a 
headline on such a controversy 
would be hard to take. . 

Further dilemma was caused 
concerning issuing the high 
school a permit for their 
homecoming parade that will 
be held on October 21st. The 
trouble arose when the village 



that said to the effect that the 
Village would beheld liable for , 
any damages occuring as a 
result of the parade. The 
Board ideally would like the 
high school to obtain a 
certificate of insurance, but 
this - if often hard to do, 
especially with the time 
shortage that is involved, and 
can turn out to be quite 
expensive for the high school. 
Another problem is 'that the 
village ean not supply traffic 
with a prime route to replace . 
Rte 83 with during the time of 
the pirade. f ; 

Finally, alter all\vas said and 
done, the board voted to sign 
the permit as originally stated 
and the parade is on its way. 

Another pertinent matter 
concerned the Triton Building 
Development. Last week the 
board had voted to stop its 



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building until such* time that 
the storm water situatidn 
would be straightened put with 
the Soo line railroad . Last 
night Mr. and Mrs. Samuels of 
the Triton Development 
offered the Board several 
regarding the 
situation. Mr. 
also submitted 
these alternatives to the Soo 
Line and are awaiting their 
answer. The Board reviewed 
Mr. Samuels alternatives and 
will do further^ research on 
them . In the meantime the 
development can continue their 
building until a final decision is 
made next week regarding the 
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whisks you to the fabled island 
of Cyprus, from there you 
continue your journey "back in 
time" by both motor bus on. 
land, and a spacious cruise ship 
on- the Mediterranean Sea.' 
Reverend Donald Cobb 
Mrs. Cobb of Antioeh's United 
Mthodist Church will bereaving 
on this tour on February 19,, 
1973, and would Uke as many 
friends as possibly can, to 
accompany them on this nine 
day tour. First stop on Cyprus 
will be Salamis, where Paul, 
Mark and Barnabas landed 
after leaving the Holy Land, 
and where you will see the 
Tower of Othello, St. Nichols 
Cathedral, Venetian palaces 
and St. Barnabas Monastery. 

Touching only on the high- 
lights of the trip is the visit to 
Antioch, where Peter founded 
the first church. At St. Peter's 
Church, you will see the secret 
tunnel used by early Christians 
in times of danger : . In - 
Damascus, you will be awed by ■ 
the Grand Omavad Mosque, the t 
tomb containing the head of 
John, the Baptist, the. tomb of 
Saladin, the: "Street called 
Straight", and look at the house 
of Anaias, where Paul re- 
covered his sight. A motor 
launch cruise of the Sea of 
Galilee to Capernaum, where 
Jesus practiced his ministry. 
You will see Cana, scene of 
Christ's first miracle. On 
through many ancient biblical 
. cities to Shiloh, where the Ark of 
the covenant was kept and into 
the land of Samaria. View in the 
distanced Qumran where the 
Dead Sea Scrolls were dis- 
covered. A walking tour- of the 
old Jerusalem, visit the pool of 
Bethesda, Pilate'^ Judgment 
Hair, the Chapel of the 
Flagellation, and many many 
other hallowed places top 
numerous to mention. On the 
eighth day, you will return to 
Cyprus, then home again on a 
jet-liner. Seeing the Holy Land 
could : be one of your most 
cherished memories - if you are-* 
interested, please contact either 

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STATE OF ILLINOIS 



COUNTY OF LAKE 



Public notice is hereby given 
that I, Robert G. Skidmore, County 
Treasurer and ex-officio County 
Collector of Lake County, in the 
State aforesaid, will apply to the 
Circuit Court of Said County on 
Monday, the 30th day of October, 
AD 1972 for judgment fixing the 
correct amount of any tax paid 
under protest and for judgment 
against the lands and lots 
mentioned and described in the 
following list of delinquent land 
and lots for the general taxes for 
tne y^ars. 1910 through 1971 both 
inclusive, TogelKeT with interest, 
penalties and costs due severally 
thereon and for taxes, drainage 
and special assessments due for 
the years 1914 through 1972 both 
inclusive together with interest, 
penalties and costs due severally 
thereon, and for an order to sell 
said lands and lots for satisfaction 
thereof. Public notice is also 
hereby given that on the 2nd 
Monday of November, 1972, to wit: 
on the 13th day of November A.ri. 
1972, all the lands and lots for the 
sale of which an order shall be 
made, will be exposed to public 
sale in the Circuit Court Room in 
the building where said Circuit 
Court is held in said County in the 
Court House at Waukcgan, in said 
County, for the amount of taxes, 
special taxes, drainage, special 
assessments, interest, penalties 
and costs due severally thereon, 
except such as shall have been paid 
at said time of sale. Said sale shall 
commence at 9 o'clock a.m. 
Central Standard Time, on the 13th 
day of November and to continue 
from day to, day until the same 
shall be completed and if for any 
cause such judgement shall not be 
rendered on the said 30th day of 
. October then such sale will be 
made on the second Monday after 
such judgement shall be rendered 
commencing at 9 o'clock in the 
forenoon of such second Monday. 
Costs on each tract or 
description of land two dollars; on 
each lot or description. of lot one 
dollar and fori y cents. Also interest 
, at the rate of 1 per cent per month 
will he added after July 17th on the 
first installment and 1 per cent per 
month on the second installment 
after September 1, 1972. 



Name 
SECTION 



Description 



Amount 
RANGE Id 



5 TWP. 46 

Stella Willman 
W 50 ft E 340 ft of W % Govt Lot 2 
in E frcl , ' a of frcl Sec 5 lyg N of 
Lot 1 In Zelingers Apple Ridge 

Sub & S of N 30 rds 

Harry J. Smith 
Pt lyg, W of wly row In of Soo In 
RR & nly of In drawn 50 ft dist 

swly from cen In of abandoned 
gravel pit spur pt W l h 

Laddie Masek 
Beg at inters of cen In Fox River 
rd & S In W»a frcl Sec 5 th N 5deg 
54 min E alg cen sd rd 265.3 ft for 
pob th W pari wi S In sd Sec 188:5 

..ft th£ pari wi W In sd Sec 88.72 ft 
the E pari to S In sd Sec to cen In 
sd rd th nely alg sd cen In to pob 
•37 , 658.16 

SECTION 6 TWP 46 RANGE 10 

Harry J. Smith 
N 100 ft Lot 2 E'L» (being aban- 
doned switch tract) 
6.00acs 658.16 

Unknown 
N 50 ft E 440 ft PT E % WVfe 

.50acs 67:96 

SUCTION 15 TWP.46 RANGE10 

Alexander Orphan 
I (Ex W 18.97 rds S 25.30 rds ( W 
■513 ft S2140ftptWMjNE'/ 4 
20.35 acs. 275.63 

ZionSlaleB&TCo. 
( Ex H wy ) N 200 ft E 300 ft W 900 
ft pt E > a SW'V- 1.10 acs. .. 684.10 

SUCTION 16 TWP. 46 RANGE 10 

O.W. & Freda E. Turner 

Beg at a pnt In W In 1007.23 ft S of 
N W Cor th S 88* 49 min E 300 ft th 
N 500 ft th N 88^49 min W 300 ft tol 



Name Description 

curve th swly. alg a curved In 
convex nwly & hvg a rad of 351.8 
ft a dist of 130 ft mol to pob pt 
NE»Ir : 2.87 acs! . . . .7. . . : .. . . 59.40 

William P. Hansen 
(Ex E126FT) W 186 ft E 846 ft 
NE' 4 NE»4 
2.63 acs. . . .'. ■ .....'.?'•••■ 59.40 

SECTION 20 TWP. 46? RANGE 10 

Knickerbocker Ice Co. 
Com at pt in cen Fox River Rd sd 
pt being S 3* E 995 ft from pt of 
ints of sd rd with N In sd Sec 20 
running th N 83*9 min E 291 ft to 
wly row In Wis. Cen. Ry. th sely 
alg sd row in 24ft th S 83 s 9 min W 
291 ft to cen sd Fox River Rd th N 
3«W 24 ft fo pob . pt NE'/2 NE«/4 

• Id aCS ,....'. ................. o.oo 

Raymond W & Bonnie Sheppard 

E 380 ft of .the pt lyg sly of cen In 

of Loon Lake Rd pt SE V* 

2.13 acs V. 613.64 

SECTION 21 TWP. 46 RANGE 10 
William Duncan 

PtSofrdSW'/4SW'/4 

2.09 acs 42.04 



Robert F. Budovec 
E 48 ft W 356 ft S 150 ft NW>/ 4 SE V* 
.17 acs . ............ .... 270.66 

Nancy Mingarelli 
S 510 ft N 689.5 ft E 560 ft SE'/ 4 
SE'/i -6.56 acs 370.78 

SECTION 23 TWP. 46 RANGE 10 

Elizabeth C. Hunter 
(Ex W8.09chs) S 330 ft SE'/ 4 
NE'4- 6.00 acs. ..... , . ; . . .'. 40.16 

Mrs. Ethel Miller 
.Com at SW cor NE>/ 4 NE% N 8.68 
chs to pt wh is 274 2/1 rds N of S In 
Sec th E 4.80 chs to lake th sly alg 
lake to S In th W 8.34 chs to pob pt 
NE»i NE'/i 
5.70acs : 367.69 

Mrs. Ethel Miller 
W 8.09 chs SE'/iNEV4 
16.18 acs : 1433.41 



• ■ * * » 



. . • ■ " 



10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
3p 
32 



8 
9 



W In th S on W In 500 ft to pob also! SECTION 24 TWP. 46 RANGE 10 

W 12 ft of Lots 2 - 9 & 13 (TAAT)l Elizabeth C. Hunter I 

lygSofN 1007.23 ft in ST SNE'J PtSWofrdS«i>NE>/4 

4.23acs : . . . . 607.49|| .50acs 6.80 



TOWN OF ANTIOCH 

SECTION 2, TWP. 16 RANGK 10 

W. Gerald Greaf * 
(Ex Tillotsons Sub) Com at NW 
Cor E' j govt lot 2 in the E» 2 frcl 
Sec 2 th sly alg W In E>j Govt 
U)t 2 b:w ft to a pnt th nely alga In 
frmg an angle of 93° 46 min 40 sec 

. to the left wi last dese In extd sly. 
816.44 ft mol to a pnt in wly row In 
of U.S. Rte 45 th nwly alg sd row 
In to N In sd frcl sec th wly 634.25 
ft mol to pob pt E ' 2 frcl 

10.27 acs 134.10 

W. Gerald Gfacf 
Com at ints of S In E»j Lot 2 and 
wly row In U.S. Rte. 45 th W alg 
sd S In 1069.61 ft mol to W In E> 2 
sd Lot 2 th N alg sd W In 517.89 ft 
to pnt 836 ft S Of NW cor E' - sd 
Lot 2 thnelywith a nely angle of 86 
deg 13mjn 20sec to rt dist 816.44 
ft mol to wly row In sdhwyjth 
sely alg sd Row In 617.64 it mol to 
pobpt Wof rdE«2 Lot2E'- 

.1 1 .66 acs . . . ........ ,.. V. . . 156.36 

I Dorothy. A. Van Patten 

Com at the NW cor of E 30 rds of 
W 'a frclsd Seclh S323 ft th E pari 
..:■., toNin>6^fUhN3^ftJ^63^ 
to pob pt-1.20acs . . . . . . i ... . . 246.56 



O.W. & Freda E.Turner 
(Ex beg at a pnt on W In 1007.23 
ft S of NW cor th S 88» 49 min E 
300 ft th N 500 ft th N 88° 49 min W 
300 ft to W In th S 500 ft to pob .) 
Also ( Ex W 12 ft lyg S of N 1007.23 
rt)Lot2inSTSNE)| 
36.47 acs ■.- . . . 480.78 

t).W. & Freda E. Turner 

(Ex Silver Lake Highlands) also 

( Ex Silver Lake Park ) also ( Ex S 

69.1 ft) Eh Lot 3 S T S.NE'i 

NW'i - 12.00acs .-'... 21.00 

[).W. & Freda E. turner 
E 33 ft S 69.1 ft Lot 3 Also E 33 ft 
Lots8&14STSE>jNW'., 
l.uoacs. ..19.80 

O.W. & Frede E. Turner 
E 50 ft W 62 f t Lots 9 & 13 sch trs 
sub- 1.51 acs. 48.81 

SECTION IS TWP. 46 RANGE 10 

ST. St'ephen Lutheran Church 

Com at a pnt in cen In Hillside 

Ave 180.95 ft swly of sly In 

Henntngs Sub sd pnt bng 180.0 ft 

(measd at ra) sly of sly In sd sub 

th sely & pari to sly In sd sub to W 

In Lot 135 in Conty Clerks sub th 

Salgsd W In to S In Ne'VNe' i sd 

sec th W to cen In Rte 59A th nely 

alg sd cen In. 406.75 ft th nely alg 

cen In Hillside Ave 366.6 ft to 
pobptW'iNE'iNE'i 



Elizabeth C. Hunter 

Com in cen of rd 450 ft due S of 

N In th W pari to N In 1138.13 ft th 

S 555.8 ft th E pari to N In 1309.1 ft 

, to cen of rd th nly alg cen of rd to 

SobptNW^i - I5.5dacsr. . . 105.07 

Elizabeth C. Hunter 
E 315 ft W 375 ft S 330 It NW»* 
Sec & (EX 375 ft) & (Ex N1005.8 
ft) & ?)Ex pt E of cen of rd) 
NW' i -84.83 acs. 1745.17 

Elizabeth C. Hunter 

- Com at NW cor SE» 4 Sec E 1.43 
chs to cen rd sly alg rd 4.88 chs S 
48* W 3.78 chs N to beg pt NW'/ 4 
SE>4 * 1.35 acs. ..*... . . . . . . , 13.30 



Elizabeth C. Hunter 
(ExElchS'2)&(ExW60ft)NH 
SW't -78.82 acs. . ......... 525,29 



SECTION 10 TWP. 46 RANGE 10 

William P. Hansen 
Com at a pnt on S In NE*.i sd sec 
823.86 ft W of SE cor sd ' i sec th 
nely 570 ft mol to inters a pnt 
473.56 ft W of E In & 446.8 ft N of S 
In sd 'i Sec th E to a pnt 436 ft W 
of E In sd • i Sec th nely to a pnt 
335.1 ft W of E In & 576.8 ft N of S 
. In sd !,i Sec th N pari to E In sd U 
Sec to S In 1st add to Beach 
Grove Rd Sub th W 60 ft th S130 ft 
thE30ftthS535.5ftthW30ftth 
Spar! to & 395.1 ft W of E In sd U 
Sec to a. pnt . wh inters th N In 
doc 1424231 tlfswly alg a curved 

: In convex sely hvg a rad of 470 ft 
&aehdbrg"ofS25?53minW2Q6.6 

W alg a str In 455.41 ft to a pnt of 



ANTIOCH HILLS 

Charles M. Cermak ... 116 
CharlesM.Cermak... 117 
Charles M. Cermak. . . 118 
Clarence J. & Barbara A. Obrien 

.■•<....•.....•••... \£o S)£ii4« 



10.95 

10.95 
10.95 



a 



Name Description 

D.H.Minto.. ......... ■ 

D.H.Minto....r..;o • 

D.H. Minto. . . . — 

D.H. Minto...'. .... i.. . 

D.H.Minto 

D.H. Minto. ......--•• 

D.H.Minto 

Virginia L. Flood. ..... 

Virginia L. Flood 

Virginia L; Flood../... 

D.H. Minto. . .... p^^ 

August P. SargolTr.. 24 

Henry Metz... 

D.H. Minto • 

D.H. Minto. 
D.H. Minto. 
D.H. Minto 

D.H.Minto 

Ruth Minto. •• 

BLOCK 2 

William & Emma 

BLOCK 3 

D.H.Minto. ■■•■• 

D.H.Minto 

BLOCK 4 

D.H. Minto.' >... 1 

D.H.Minto. 2 

Ruth M. Minto 4 

Ruth M. Minto........ 5 

RuthM.JVlinto........ 6 

Ruth M .Minto ........ 7 

RuthM.Mfnto... 8 

Ruth M. Minto 9 

Mrs. Nils Sandin 11 

Ruth H: Minto.. ...... 11 

Ruth M. Minto 18 

Ruth M. Minto 19 

Ruth M. Minto........ 20 

Ruth M. Minto... 21 

Ruth M. Minto 22 

Ruth M. Minto..... .. 23 

Ruth M. Minto........ 24 

Ruth *M. Minto ........ 25. 

Ruth M. Minto 26 

Ruth M. Minto . . 27 

Ruth M. Minto...:.... 28 

BLOCKS. 
WilHanjOisick...... 1 

D.H. Minto. ......... / 2 

D.H.Minto...: 9_ 

Ruth Minto...... 11 

Ruth M. Minto 12 

Ruth M. Minto........ 13 

RuthMinto 14 

RuthM. Minto 15 

D.H.Minto...., i6 

RuthM. Minto....... 17 

RuthM. Minto.. . . 18 

Ruth M. Minto 19 

Ruth M. Minto. n . . . . .^— 20 

RuthM. Minto... 21 

Ruth M . Minto '. ..;.... 22 
RuthM. Minto........ 23 

RuthM. Minto 24 

RuthM. Minto 25 

D.H.Minto.. 26 

D.H. Minto 27 

D.H. Minto. 28 

D.H. Minto. ....... 29 

D.H. Minto. 30 

D.H.Minto. .. 31 

D.H.Minto.;. 32 

D.H.Minto 33 

D.H. Minto 34 

BLOCK 6 

D.H. Minto. 

D.H.Minto.. 

D.H.Minto... 

D.H.Minto... 

RuthM. Minto...../.. 10 

RuthM. Minto........ 11 



Amount 'Name bescripUoH Amount 
345,79 J BLOCK 10 



• ••*#*' 



* * « » 



Clarnece J & Barbara A Obrien 

. .... 124 2L90| Ruth,M. Minto. ....... 

BEACH GROVE ROAD SUBDN Ruth M. Minto" . . . . . 



345.7» 

345.79 

295.57 

295.57 

345.79 

345.79 

21.00 

21.00 

345.79 

345.79 

345.79 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 



6 
7 
8 
9 



Edward H. Jahneke . . . 4 501.18 
Albert Holz...... .!... 20 17.82 

Albert Holz. . . . ....... 21 17.82 

DEL MONTE GARDENS 
BLOCK 1 * 
Marie C.Treskett.. 13 153.27 



BLOCK 4 



■9. 



Leelpsenl... 7 17.62 

Lee Ipsen : . .8 89.62 

Richard G. Lambert Tr ; . , \. ; i; 

Th pt of Lake & shore in sd sub in 

theS» a NWViSE» 

Richard S. Lambert Tr 

Th pt of lake and shore in the N ■ 2 1 
NWiiSE'iSec^tHWO 

EAST LOON LAKE SHORE SUB 



4 Sec 20^6-10 
!;.., 103.49 



. .-. . . • . 



86:01 ! 



Ruth M. Minto 

RuthM. Minto 

RuthM. Minto.. 

RuthM. Minto. ...... 

Ruth M. Minto. ,-, 

RuthM. Minto 

D.H. Minto.. !... ...... 

D!H. Minto. ......... . 

D.H.Minto...... 

D.H. Minto.... ....... 

D.H.Minto 

BLOCK8 
Terry & Pat Agonath.v 
Terry & Pat Agonath . . 

BLOCK 9' 
Ann R. Primer...!.... 

Michael V. Rubino. . . ., 

Michael v.Rubino..... 

George Pradun........ 

George Pradun.,,.., 



m 



rrNf 



Mr. & Mrs. Daniel 
R; Andre; '•;*;/ 
Joseph & Teresa 
Cribari. ......... ..... 

BLOCK 11 
Knoll Development 

■BLOCK; 12 

Patricia Moore ... i%- 
Patricia Moore : 
S.l2.Lot-7&N>ls'L6t8- 



^Jlfit2. .486.32 



21.00 



98.98 



7 .107.04 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



» ■ * * 



Yi 



9 Q0.51 



Wm.Bergmann 
S 3 ^Lot8&N^Lot9 



•■f. 



•&. 



* • t i 



. - , 



Wm.Bergmann . 
S' 2 L6t9 &NMsN^Lot 10 



Wm. Bergmann 
(Ex NfeN^s) 



■• •, * * • • • 



« • • 



. 



42.04 
21.00 

295.57 
295.57 
.368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
54.89 
196.10 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 
368.58 

21.00 

21.00 

295.57 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

368.58 

368.58 

368:58 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

345.79 

345.79 

345.79 

345.79 

21.00 

21.00 



" ,.i w * » • 

10 
15 



197.03 
21.00 

. 54.9P 



163.14 
21.00 



22 
23 

2 

4 
5 

22 
23 



Arthur E.Telde;.. 



■Mi 



IK l 

■ n *■ * ■ 



I 



H 



8 21:00 



George Pradun . ,.;... .i24, 

.43 



1% 
Lester German.. 



345.79 

345.79 

345.79 

345.79 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

368.58 

21.00 

21.00 

21.00 

368.58 

345.79 

345.79 

. 345.79 

345.79 

34579 

73.85 
2102 

■ 

12.36 
21.00 
21.00 
.21.00 
21.00 
,21.00 

wmm 

171.66 



Carl A.Teiwes..... 
Elmer C. Ewert . 

N^Lot23&S^Lot24.... 147.15 
Knoll Development Co. 

Lot 26&SVj Lot 27. . pg . . . .32.14 
Patricia Moore . 

Lot 37 & SV2 38.;. ........... 143,36 

BLOCK 14 
Bay shore RE Company 

BayshoreR. E. 

Company.... ..*. u i... .9 12.36 

Bayshore R. E. 

Company.. 10 187.90 

FAGAN-SSUB 
Robert L & Elizabeth Hunter 

th pt lyg N of cen in Miller rd 

Helen C. Wolf inbarger 36 362.84 

Arthur B.Coulombe 
(Ex com at 

N£ cor doc 297952 th E pari to S 
In Sec 24 209 ft th sly pari to cen In 
U.S. Rte 45 209 ft mol to S In sd 
Sec 24 th W alg sd S In to SE cor 
sd doc 297952 th nwly alg ely In sd 
doc 297952 to pob ) also, (ex com 
at SE cor sd lot th nly alg ely In 

thof 499.8ft to NE cor sd lot th W 
alg N In sd Lot 325 ft th sly 494.77 
ft to pnt on S In sd Lot 375 ft W of 
pobthEtopob) 

.v. 41 

FIRST ADDN TO 
ANTIOCH HILLS 

Helen Niesen — . .... 5 

Alan R& Beverly M. 

Knutsen. . . ... , .... . £73&T~ ""26.27 

HALEYS SUB 

Michael Haley . . : . }f. 

Michael Haley : . 

Michael Haley . ... .... 

Michael Haley!....... 

Michael Haley ......... 

HOLLATZ LCON LAKE DIV 

Lois Ferchoff . . . . . . . .13L. 17.96 

FRANCES HUL1K SUB 

Chicago Title Ins Tf 58842 

........ .1 354.30 

KAIRYS SUBDN 

McHenry Ready Mix.. 5 10.83 

McHenry Ready Mix.. 9 901.00 

McHenry Ready Mix . .10 92.40 



351.80 



310.24 



7 


43.90 


8 


43.90 


9 


17.96 


10 


17.96 


11 


17.96 



* - ■ - . 1 » 



65.83 



242.86 



20&85 



9 219.70 



KAIRYS - 1ST ADDN TO 
KAIRYS SUB 

McHenry Ready Mix. . 1' 
R.A. KASPAREKS 
PENINSULAR SUB 

John F. Gillespie. . . . .'. 12 
KASPAREKS SUBDN 

Mr. &, Mrs. John Strecher 

o 

LAGOON A SUB 
BLOCK! 

Andrew E . Lorentz ... 
BLOCK 3 
Frances M . Ksioszk . . . 

MJw •*••■** ■"# ****** p •'» ■ ■ • 
MJ\9 •••**»••. . :» *'*»*'««.. 

■BLOCK 7 
Edmund Roberts. . . . . 

LOON LAKE BEACH SUB 

BLOCK 1 
Anthony J. Krofta ... 

BLOCK2 
Jerry & Sandra Fencl . 
Betty D. Benedetto;" i 

BLOCK3 
^^Anj^^wk^^. 

Betty D Benedetto. . . . ' 2 

4>age 



5 
6 

1 



39.54 
415.90 



23 402.32 



8 
9 



32.14 

16.07 
32.14 



j485.98 
- '32.14 



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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER Hi 1972. . , .THE ANTIOCH Nt?WS Page 13 




v. ! 



•Name Description 

Ralph & Eyelyn Hack . 
Betty D. Benedetto . . . 

BLOCK 4 

L/an "ana • . . . ....... ..;■.■' 

riA.' .""""■■ 

««*ij * • i *. .* * m • * ft!* * * * *'•#,»■# *-' 

Betty D, Benedetto: .. . 

Dn ■ * r 

fU I'* | * •,* • • « * * I HP • * « •■• • 

Frarik C. Wojciehowski 



Amount 

3 222.78 

32.14 



13 



*"».•*••*• • * • # ■ i 



Gottleib Christ.. 

Oak Park Nafl Bank 



3 

4 ! 
5 
6 

11 
15 



Mm 

154.80 
32.14 
32.14 

32.14 
32.14 



*■•*.• 



«.■■*• 



. BLOCKS 
Mrs. Mabel B. Tillman 



---■ 



17 557.55 



10 32.14 



■ 



BLOCK 6 



B. Rymantas. ...... 

Do 



T # • * i * .* 



8 



61.81 

16.07 

16.07 

32.14 



Do 9 

John E. Lange . .... . 23 

BLOCK 7 

Walter J. Novak 16 32.14 

BLOCKS 

Lucille Storsin 2 32.14 

Knoll Development Co. -. 



Nome Description- Amount 
Walter A Kuzmieki 
S2^ftLot8&N25ft. 9 169.04 
SUNNy SLOPE SUB. • 

E f Morley Webb . 3 
, **"*. • • ■« ............... , 8 

SUNSET RIDGE 
Charles L.Davis...... 16 

William E. Brook. 41 

WEDGE WOOD SUB 



25.94 
25.94 

333.38 
73.74 



Geo Riggs . 

Clement T. Heller..... 
SamCardella. 



4 

6 

- 

9 

21 



37.10 
519.62 
431.29 
429.31 



LONG BEACH SUB. s 
. LOON LAKE 
BLOCK 2 
Vritz Baumann Jr.- 

Wh 2, 250.92 

BLOCK 3 

Stanley Golonka 4 119.88 

BLOCK 5 
Thomas & Victoria Norik 

1 286.76 

Ronald N. Swanson ... 2 149.55 
Lillian M. Golonka 
E'^.. v .. ...... ..;...* 7 77.55 

bAKWOOD KNOLLS UN1T1 
John Allan Co 
All th pt covered by waters of 

Cross Ik 650.93 

OAKWOOD KNOLLS UNIT 3 
John Allan Co' 
All the pt covered by waters of 
Cross Ik . . : .:. . . . .'-. .....:.. 67.83 

RINEARS ACRE SUB 
Hazel Van Patten..... 18 177.07 

W80ft ROSINGSSUB 

OglaK.Himens 
Th pt Lot 1 falling in SE y 4 . ... 1.28 

Robert E. Carter 8 441 .80 

SABRINA MANOR 

Donald F.Mentone... 20 78.76 

Ted Larson Trustee... 24 69.36 

— SABRINA MANOR 1ST ADDN. 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl R. Fischer 

• 1 442.71 

2ND ADD TO SILVER 
LAKE PARK 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Geske 

Lots39&EM».. 40 255,81 

Frank Walsh . 47 40.8C 

SHADY LANE 
Ralph S. Baginski 
incldg private dr & comm beach 

Gilbert M.Letteri..,.. 10 251.52 
. Mackinaw House Club 

incldg private dr & comm beach 

W57-Vfeft 20 17.96 

Do 
Incldg private dr & comm beach 
E 57-Vfe ft . : . . . ...... 20 . 156.36 

'Do. : :,• :.. > ; ' 
* incldg private dr & comm beach 

-Do. .- ;.':.."■■ ■ , ■ _"~ . :•_ ■,- } 
incldg private dr& comm beach 

.............. ..vTi • tfk filrl.lHj 

SILVER LAKE HIGHLANDS 

O. W. & Freda E. Turner 



BLOCK 1 
Warren P. Ericksen 

W 100 ft E 250 ft. . . , . . . 230.52 

BLOCK 7. 
Henry & Anna Harkensee 

"-* V #■■•••>«** •«*p>p* ■ *•■*■ "I 

BLOCK 13 
Ernest Ganser ........ 24 

Longinus Mueller 25 

SECTION 5 TWP. 46 RANGE 10 

Margaret Lubekman 
W 5 chs S 8 chs of Govt Lot 1 (Ex 
E 75 ft S 268 ft thof ) pt W*a frcl 

u.t)Z aCS . . .-. ....... ...... 554.40 

SECTION 7 TWP. 16 RANGE 10 

Robert M. Avery 
S 150ft N815ft W2G4ft E'a NWU 

SE ».i - .91 acs 434.04 

ANTIOCH HEIGHTS SUB 



17.96 
17.96 

17.96 
17.96 
17.96 



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11 
31 

36 



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. SUNN V ACRES UNIT 1 

Boris Kazy Garey . } . . . . 7 326.51 



61,18 

61.18 

762.58 

61.18 

216.28 

. 61.18 

61.18 

61.18 

'39.54 

39.54 

. 25.94 

25.94 

25.94 

25.94 



Lowell F. Strauss 8 545.36 

James L & Darlene Green 
•■••:; 30 465.52 

BOCKS ADDN. 

Margaret Lubkeman 7 368.94 
CHINN& BURKE ADDN. ._ 

BLOCK 2 
DurwardD.McIntire. 6 493.54 

COUNTY CLERKS SUBDN 

Chicago T & TR Co - TR 58416 
Com on S In sd Lot 8 at pt 37 ft W 
of SW cor Lot 139 sd sub th nly 
pari to wly In sd Lot 139 50 ft th W 
pari to S In sd Lot 8 90 ft th N 52* 
W 105.8 ft th W pari to S In sd Lot 
8 to its intersn with W In of 
premises conveyed in doc273253 
th N alg W In sd premises to a pt 
wh is 214.8 ft N of S In sd Lot 8 
th E 282.2 ft mol to NW cor sd Lot 
139 th sly alg wly In sd Lot 139 to 
a pt wh is 117 ft due N of S In sd 
Lot 139 th W pari to S In sd Lot 8 
37 ft th sly pari to W In of Lot 139 
to pobpart 8 50.40 

Donald E.Gibbs 
N 25ft W 150 ft....... 17 1142:44 

1st Bank & Tr Co - TR 10-299 
Com at pnt on W In Lot 17 10.56 ft 
nly fr nwly cor Lot 42 th ely pari 
with nly In sd Lot 42 Dist 167.05 ft 
th nly pari to wly In sd Lot 17 Dist 
40.91 ft to sly In doc 210652 th wly 
alg sly In doc 210652 dist 165.15 ft 
to wly In sd Lot 17 th sly alg sd 
wly In 19.69 ft to pob pt 
." 17 1577.84 

Zion State B & T Co - TR 414 

.115 276.87 

Catholic Bishop 

* . • - ' 

Catholic Bishop of Chicago 
th pt Lot 117 lyg sly of Lot 118 & 
wly of doc 1248295 

William M. Barr Jr . . . .117 1237.30 
(ExS60ft)N16rds 

Sarah A. Hunter 
(ExE120ft)S7ft?j48ft 

.....«...••■«•••<■.•• •**• o> ol/.OO 

St Stephen Lutheran Church 
Com at SW cor lot 135 th E alg S 
In sd Lot to a pnt 451 ft E of cen In 
Rte 59 th N at RA to sd S In 
649.5ft to a pnt wh is 180 ft 
(measd at RA) Sly of Sly In 
Hennings Sub th NWly pari wi 
Sly In sd Sub to W In sd Lot th 

175.22 



24.86 
49.72 

254.47 
49.72 
24.86 

49.72 

49.72 

54.58 
323.77 
27.^29 
54.58 
54.58 

54.58 

54.58 



235.56 
49.72 
54.58 

27.29 



634.92 



Do 






S alg sd Win to POB. 135 
Chicago T & TR Co Tr 58416 
(ExS67ft)&(ExSH7ft) 

Chicago T «(Tr o Tr 58416 
E 37 ft N 50ft S 117ft Lot 8 also N 
50ftSH7ftLot...... 139 74.24 

Chicago T & Tr Co Tr 58416 

S67ft. . .'. .... 139 445.94 

DAVIS ADDN TO ANTIOCH 
BLOCK 1 
Elizabeth aWurster .-.-.:. 4 287.71 
BLOCK 2 , 

Joseph E Savage. .1 603144 

ftev Joseph E; Savage! \ :"* r '*»|M J 



Name Description Amount 
NABERS SUBDN 

BLOCK! 

Kenneth & V. Mbrtensen 9 466.94 

H FN ABER S THIRD SUB 

Laurel Van Patten 
Lot 8 & E 11.0ft. . . . .; 9 332.52 

Floyd A Davis Jr....... 15 452.96 

Robert & V Mortensen 
(E?x pt lyg S of N, In Lot 9 
in Nabers Sub extd'Wly to cen 
In St Rte 173) . . .....; .18 261,80 

Kenneth Mortensen - 
Pt lyg S of N In Lot 9 in Naber-S 
Sub extd Wly to cen In St Rte 173 

■: 1A , . -7-7 

OAKWOOD KNOLLS UNIT 1 

BLOCK 1 
Rose Denardo. ......... .2 

Beverly VPliml ;....... 51 

BLOCK 3 4 
Edgar J & Ruth Johnston 2 
Michael tiifioseSlazak. . 5 
Elaine M Grant. . . . .... 28 

Chicago T & TR CO Tr 581 14 

50 

Chicago T & TR Co Tr 58240 

BLOCK 4 

Lowell F Strauss. 

Donald L Konkel ....... 

John Connor. . . . ; 

Jeannette Lerner 40 

Charles Rittschof 47 

Chicago T & Tr Co Tr 581 14 

54 

BLOCK 6 

Charles J Azzarella 9 

Clarence & F Knippenberg 

21 

Joseph Stacho 52 

1st Natl Bank TR 3139. 61 

BLOCK 10 
Mr. Thomas R Jacobs" . . 1 

BLOCK 11 
Continental Finance Corp 

1 

OAKWOOD KNOLLS UNIT 3 
BLOCK 14 
Vernon M & Garnet K Cook 

19 

BLOCK 15 

Carl Strom 4 

Frank & Alice Hodpwell . 6 

Richard Gunther 22 

BLOCK 17 

Louis Albano 11 

BLOCK 19 

John A Rudnicki 6 

Helen Melling... 20 

JackThetford.... 22 

First Natl Bank Tr 3139 

36 

Dennis J Hortbn Sr 53 

POWLESSUB. 

DAO'Connell 17 

RESUB OF BLK 7 OAKWOOD 

KNOLLS UNIT I 

BLOCK 7 

Kenneth C Mazzuca 8 

SEQUOIT ACRES 
BLOCK 1 
Wheeling Tr&SBkTr 211 

IN "ll II. ****** * •**"»•*»* •£ 

Do (ExN~40ft) 2 

Do - (Ex W 70ft S 70ft)... 3 
SEQUOIT TERRACE 

Stanley Szuberla .49 424.58 

S M SPAKFORDS ADDN 

Margaret Small.. E 1 ^ 15 211.05 
til AS R THORNS SUBDN < 

Frank B Oglesby . . : 4 212.46 

Marion Prange 33 47.62 

WESTGATE 

Lester F Shaffer ....... 66 697.94 

SECTION!, TWP. 46;;RANGE 9 

Name Desc. Acs.. A ml 

Mitchell S Krzykowski 
S 100 ft of N 240ft lyg S of S In 
Beach Drive & E of E In Venetian 
Drive as shown in Morleys New 
Venice Sub & 1st Add to sd Sub 
pt E l j - .38 acs. ............ 49.44 

SECTION 2, TWP. 46, RANGE 9 

Charles R Baker 
Com at a pnt 267 ft E & 544.45ft 
N of SW cor E>* Govt Lot 2 of 
W>2 frcl Sec 2 th N 148ft th Ely 
356.65ft to W In E 20 acs of sd 
frcl sec thS 235.66ft th W 221.23ft 
th N 83ft th W 140ft to POB pt E' 2 
"Govt Lot 2 W» a frcl 
i . t>5 acs . ....*.......,. ...... «j «5 . 4 u 

James W Waters ~ ~, t 
E 50ft ;W 267ft S 418ft N 836ft 
N '.2 E j 2 frcl $W» i - .48 ac . . . 10.50 

Mary McCarthy 



Namc^ nescrlption 



Amount 

ft * >f v 



frclSW^i-^Wacs..... 

Terry A Christiansen . 
S 209ft N 836ft W 217ft E' 2 Lot 
2 frcl W 1 2 - l.OOac . . .\ , . . ' . '. 342.38 

SECTION 4, TWP. 46. RANGE 9 

Edward Cocklan 
That pt W of Hwy NW cor N»2 
W>2 W*2 - l.OOac. ........ 661.26 

SECTION 9. TWP. 46. RANGE 9 

Edward CHuege 
(Ex beg at a pnt in cen In Ste 
Rte 173 300ft E of W In NE", 
SE'i sd sec (measd at RA to 
sd W In) th N pari to sd W In 
440.13ft th SEly pari to cen In sd 
Hwy 500ft th S pari to W In sd 
'i 1 isec 440.13ft to cen In sd Hwy 
th NWly 500ft to POB) pt lyg 
Nly to cen In Ste Rte 173 pt NE'.i 

SECTION 10, TWP. 46. RAN<;E 9 

Ray Lasco 
(Ex S 220ft) also (Ex W693.76R ) 
pt lyg Sly of cen In Rte 173 incl 
easmt in Ste of 111 as descd in 
Doc 417/54 pt SE • i - 48.62 acs 

" 1452.22 

SECTION II. TWP. 46. RANCSE 9 

Rav Lasco 
(Ex S 220ft) also (Ex thpt lyg 
N of N In sbi Rte 173) Lot 7 
assessors sub.W ' 2 SW ' 1 

Jos & Lois McNif f 



Description Amount 

r, "*' %iC ^' .si' ■ '. ■ ■ ■ 



Name 

B Jones 

' ( Ex Louis Forbrichs 2nd Sub) 
Also (Ex James Carrplls Sub) 
also I Ex Garwood Lk Marie 
Sub) also (Ex th pt thof lyg Nly 
of N In Lot 1 in James Carrolls 
Sub & sd N In extd W to waters 
edge & W of cen In Eilime Rd) th 
pt lyg N of N In Lot 1 in James 
Carrolls Sub & sd N In extd W to 
W In sd 1 1 » 1 sec pt NE>4 SE» 1 
29.63 acs." 1610 

Do . 
Beg at a pnt on E In NE'i sd 
see & margin of l^ake Marie th 
S to SE cor thof th W on S In sd ' 1 
sec KHUfi & 2 in th N pari to 
E In sd '1 sec to margin of 
Lake Marie th Nly & Ely alg 
margin sd Lake to POB 
19.66 acs 11.16 

SECTION 23. TOP. 16. RANCSE 9 

Anthony Esposilo 
Com. at intersn N In S'2 SE'i 
sd Sec wi Govt meander In th S 
16 deg E alg sd meander In 31 2ft 
th E p ari lo sd N In 150ft th N 16 



Com at a pnt on N in SE'.i SW'i 
sec 11 352ft W of NE cor th Won 
N In 44ft th S son th E 44ft th N 
56rt to POB pt SE'.. SW'i 

.III) «1C 1 11..K7 

Henry Stcinbarth 
(Ex pt S of rd) N 245ft W 49ft 
E 487.4ft Lot 1 E of Lake SE' 1 
.19ac 101.76 

I SECTION 12, TWP. 46. RANGE 9 
Consumers Co. 
N 962.6ft of all W of E shore of Lk 
Catherine NE» 1 -3.60 acs. . . 30.30 
Charles B Smith 
Com at a pnt of intersn of Sly 
extsn of Wly In Lot 5 in Sub of pts 
of Sec 11 & 12 wi cen In abandon- 
ed Venn Rd th SEly at RA to sd 
cen In 125ft Mol to cen In Channel 
th SWIy & Sly alg cen In Channel 
to a pnt wh lies on Ely extsn of 
N In Maple Ave th N 88 Deg 
36 min W alg N In sd Ave 210ft 
mol to a pnt wh is 50.7ft E of W In 
sec 12 sd pntbng W In of Venn 
Rd th N Deg 59 Min W alg W 
In sd Rd 142ft mol to Sly Row In 
Ste Rte 173 th NEly alg sd Row In 
280ft mol to pnt of intersn of Sly 
extsn of Wly In lot 5 in aforesd 
Sub th SEly alg Sly extsn of Wly 
In Lot 5 1 10ft mol to POB pt SW» , 



599.23 

54.58 

147.01 

54.58 

54.58 

74.24 

59.52 

371.73 

49.72 
54.58 

706.32 



458.50 



17.87 

55.66 

1012.25 



2.41 acs 535.16 

John A Ronan 
N 119ft E 110ft of th pt NW'., 
SE'i lyg W of Lot A & S of a In 
1 1ft S of N In Lot 5 extd in Griccs 
Lake Catherine Sub Descd in 
Doc 426577 - .00 ac 291.04 

Do 
Beg a pt on W In Lot A in 
Grices Lake Catherine Sub 246ft 
S NW cor thof th W at rt angles 
to sd Lot In 110ft th S alg In pari 
to sd Lot In 50ft th E 110ft to 
W In sd Lot th JM 50ft to POB pt 
NW'i SE'i - .13 Ac. . . . . . . 37.10 

SECTION 14. TWP. 46. RANGE 9 

Unknown 
Com at a pnt 1353.6ft W and 
65.6ft S 52 deg 15 min W of NE 
cor NE'.i sd sec th S 52 deg 15 
min W 55.6ft to NW cor Dor 
227112 th Ely alg Nly In sd Doc 
to Wly In Spring Grove*Rd th Nly 
alg sd Wly In .to Sly In Doc 
205033 th Wly alg sd Sly In to 
POB also Land lyg betw Wly 
In abv tract & Ely Shore of 
Channel Lk pt NW', NE' , 

«Uf uv •»■'••»■•»•*•••■•• *-* * * * * D*mIF 

Mrs Theresa Susala 
Beg at a pnt on N In NE» 1 sd Sec 
1270.8ft W of NE cor thof th S 45 
Deg W 76ft th N 80 Deg 27 
min W 81.7ft th N 52 Deg IS min 
E 65.6ft to N In sd Sec th E 82:8ft 
to HOB also Id lyg betw Wly In 
abv tract & E of Ely shore of 
Channel Lake pt NE*» - .75 ac 



deg W 30ft mono sd N lirtlrW— 
150ft to FOB pi S'2 SE' 1 .11 ac 

71 77 

■ *•■■•*** ..., ......... * ■ m W W 

SECTION 21. TWP. 46. RANGE 9 

The Arbor Resort & Marina Inc 
(Adj made for Hwy dedn. 
.53 ac) beg a pnt 491.65ft E of 
SW cor th N pari to W In 432ft 
th E pari to S In to Wly In of a 
Row th N Hi deg 26 min W alg 
sd Row In 31.30ft th E pari to S In 
1K9.3ft th N 61 deg 40 min E 
2(i(J.7ft to shore of Bluff Luke . 
th SEly alg sd shore In to E In W 
' 2 NW • 1 th S alg sd E In to SE cor 
W»2 NW' 1 th W on S In to POB 

pt W'2 NW'i -9.61 acs 186.54 

Roland A Cooper 
( Ex rd) also ( Ex Louis Forbrichs 
Sub) N 1634.HHft lyg Ely of cen 
In- Eilime Rd W'j NW'i 

24.53 acs 157.64 

The Arbor Resort & Marina lnc 
(Adj made for Hwy dedn 
.40 ac) beg at pnt 491.65ft E of W 
In & 432 ft N of S In th E pari to S 
In to Wly In of a Row th N 16 
Deg 20 min W alg sd Row In 
31. 3ft th E pari to S In 189.3ft th 
N 61 deg 40 min E 260.7ft lo shore 
of Bluff Lk th Nly alg shore or 
Lake to pnt 1014ft due N of S In 
th W purl to S In to pnt 491.65ft 
E of W In th S 582ft to POB pt 

NW'i - 9.50 ac 2283.62 

do 
Com 13' 2 Iks N of SW cor E>« 
NW' 1 Sec N 61 & '1 dug E 224' 2 
chs N 77 deg E alg rd 167.54ft N 
30 deg 53 min E to lake shore 
Wly alg Lake to W In sd '2 'i sec 
S to beg pt SE'. NW'i 

2.00 acs 2186.50 

do 
(Adj made for Hwy dedn 
.23 ac) N 132ft E 330ft pt 

W 1 2 SW « 1 - 1 .(H) ac 50.08 

Chasllccter 
S 100ft E 550ft pt SW'i SW», 

1.26 ac 29.22 

Mrs Minnie Smith 
All th pt E ' 2 SW' 1 sec 24 46 9 lyg 
N of cen In of present paved 
black topped pub hwy & E of cen 
In of the parcel or strip formerly 
used & occupied as the pub hyw^ 

489410- .00 ac. . ........ . 23.24 

SECTION 26, TWP. 46, RANGE 9 
Edwin & Eugene Plaetz 
com at a pnt 160ft Sly of most 
Ely cor Lot 14 in Third Addn 
to Lotus Park th N 76 deg 7 min W 
121ft for POB th N 23 deg 53 min 



'•**•* 



351.04 

1. 



,N 418ft' W 267ft; pt N» a ^ jArthur James Beretis & Marjoriel 



.E 10.2ft th W 30ft th S 23 deg 53 
min W 80 ft th SEly30ft th N 23 
deg 53 min E to POB pt NW'i 
SE»i - .06 ac . . ........... . .396.18 

Arthur K Matson 
Lot Z Shunnesons Sub bng 
that pt of n frl '2 SE frl » 4 sec 
descd as beg at a pt in cen of 
rd sd pt being S 21 deg 30 min 
W 84 .If t from a pt on E In of & 
312.2ft S from NE cor of sd N frl 
'2 SE frl ' 1 sec th S 21 deg 30 
min W 83ft th N&3 deg 40 min W 
168ft th N 62.5ft th 1? 195.6ft 
mol to POB (376D323) pt N'a 
SE' t - OOac .. . . . .... . . . . . . .98.33 

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Name Description Amount , 

. ■ . - * 

Gerald & Elizabeth Brachmansky 
Beg on Nly In Hillside Ave at a 
pnt N 28 deg 48 min E 40ft fan 
N W cor Lot 14 in 2nd Add to Lotus 1 
Park th SEly alg sd Nly In off 
Hillside Ave 8ft th N 28 deg 48 
min E 150ft th N 61 deg 12 min 
W 60ft th S 28 deg 48 min W 150ft 
to Nly In sd ave th SEly alg sd 
Nly In of ave 52ft to FOB pt 
NE ''4 SE 1 /.* 153.76 

Lillian G. Ackerman 
th pt lyg S of Sly Row In 
sar 18 of E 33ft SWV 4 & W33ft 
SE«i pt S«fe i • . . 273.93 



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Name Descripjtion 



SECTION 27, twp. 46. RANGE 9 

Aurora Natt Bank TR 828 
Beg at pt in S In of Sec 1588ft 
E of SW cor th N at R.A. 25ft th 
N 80 deg 37 min E 629.8ft th S 
19 deg 55 min E 135.76ft to S In 
th W on S In 667.7ft to POB pt 
SW 4 - l.lOacs 428.88 

Harlan or N ina Booth ■ 



Name Description Amount 
thru 52 also al str alleys lanes 

rec grds parks ^ channels^ &| john&EsteileAlien^ 
canals of vac Sub by Doc 



Amount 




Name Description Amount Name 



vac 

398796 frmly knas Resub of pts of 
Simons Klondike Sub pt NW'/ 4 

# iUU QCS tIo.vO 

Do 
th pt vac Resub of pts of 
Simon Klondike Sub knas lots 
38-39 & 42 also all Lake a & 
LakeStptW^NWV4-1.79acs 

.<•«..«. a...r... ....... ...... IbiM 

L.B.Werden 
County Supervisors Survey Lot 

K SW/4 SE»/4 - 1.30 acs 179.22 

AjCKERMANS DIVISION 

Michael G. Meyers 



Michael G. Meyers .... 5 

ASBURY TERRACE 
Frank A Cunningham, Jr. 



55.12 



Com at pnt 1588 ft E $16 ft N of 
SWCorsdSecthN80deg20min 
E 628.60 ft th N 19 deg 38 min W 
203.86 ft th S 65 deg 36 rain W 163 
ft th S 74 deg 37 min W 318.34 ft th 
S 33 deg 23 min W 174.43 ft to pob 
also th pt lyg betw Nly & Sly Ins 

this desc extd Ely to waters edge of 
Grass Lake pt SW" i ■ 1 .09 acs 
.- 760.24 

Bohdan Postiak 
SEly 10ft foil descd ppty measd 

- at rt angles to NWly In Lot 4 
V. Jacksons Sub beg at most Wly 
cor Lot 4 of sd Sub th NWly on 
SWIy In of sd Lot 4 prod NWly 100 
ft th NEly 257ft to pt wh is 100ft 
NWly of most Nly cor of Lot 4 th 
SEly 100ft to most Nly cor sd Lot 

4 th SWIy alg NWly In Lot 4 
249ft to POB pt SW» , • .06 ac 
38.23 

SECTION 28. TWP. 46. RANGE 9 I 

Bernard T Knowles 
W 360ft S 122.15ft N -252.15ft pt 
N>sSW» i NW« i - l.OOac. . . 455.76 

Richard J Brown Inc * 
NE'.SW'i -40.00 acs.. 1091.92 

Do 
W^SW* 1-80.00 acs 5799.12 

Do 
SE».i SW'i -40.00 acs 547.46 

Do 
(Ex Voss Grass Lake Gardens) 
also (Ex S 1100ft E 544.5ft lyg 
W & adj Voss Grass Lake 
Gardens) also ( Ex E 35ft lyg S of 
N In Oak Str) pt W' 3 SE' > 
61 .08 acs. 491.34 

Do 

5 1100ft E 544.5ft of th pt lyg 
W of & adj Voss Grass Lake 
Crdns.pt W'_.SE» i- 13 f 75 acs * 
946.18 

SECTION 3.1. TWP. 46. RANG E 9 
American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chgo 
Tr 76002 
Pt lyg W of Glen Nagis Sub S«_> 



•a****************** ■ M" 


9.55 


Do............. 71 


8.66 


BEACIIWOOD 




J.C.Muehlfelt 53 


30.39 


Joseph Muehlfelt 54 


164.48 


Henry Dressier 96 


33.98 


Mr. — Mrs. Donald L. Leider 


E»2 108 


10.44 


Do 






10.44 


Richard Sorensen 112 


33.98 


Do .....113 


205.00 


Mrs. Anita EdWards 




N' s Lotll7&all 118 


50.66 


Leonard S. Gajewski . . 133 


71.54 


Do 134 


167.44 


Do...... .135 


33.98 


JohnZima 149 


30.39 


Do 150 


'30.39 


REACH GROVE 




Eric & Helene Ahlstedt 




(ExNl6ft>... 21 


204.35 


Do 






42.81 


Anthony F. Fuller 


• 


S 33 ft . 26 


46.26 


J AS. KELCI IS ASH WOODS 


GLENS 




BLOCK 1 




Knoll Development Co. 





FARRINS FIRST SUB 

10 186.54 
rin : 12 25 02 

Mil •■•.••■••••»».••••••« ... . 1*» . Wi»» 

Do. • . .................. 13 J&5.1K 

LfO . .............. •:."• • • 14, '• ' *O.UZ 

FARRINS GRASS LAKE SUB 

BLOCK! 
Com at a pnt In E In Lot 2 197 ft S 
of NE cor thof th W 171 ft then S 
to Sly In sd Lot th NEly alg sd Sly In 
. to E In sd Lot th N to pob 

BLOCK 2 
Knoll Development Co 

Chain O Lakes pev Corp 77 .75 

20 ft easement 

BLOCK 3 

Bill Keefe. . 15 59.00 

Joseph Farrin ........ 16 59.00 

Chain O Lakes Dev . Corp 7775 

■*■■* - BLOCK 4 

Joseph Farrin 9 207.38 

Larry Ludwig 10 14.61 

QiainO Lakes Dev Gorprrr77l49.34 

two parks at channel ends 






F . .... . . • 



Tr 76002 

; Lots 13 f 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

BLOCK 4 
Knoll Development Co. 



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15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



18.94 
10.44 
10.44 
10.44 
10.44 
10.44 



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Wm Thomas.......... 

Do 
Do.... 

I/O •••»>*«* 

PaulBallin — 

BLOCK 6 

Ernest Fracek ...... . 

Knoll Development Co 

*. ..v" --8 13.02 

American Natl Bk & TR Co of Chge 

18 13.02 



8 
9 
12 
17 
18 
20 
21 
22 



70.58 
70.58 
177.16 
167.60 
167.60 
167.60 
167.60 
85.03 

13.02 



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12 
13 
14 
15 



BLOCK 3 
Stanley W.Thompson. 4 

BLOCK5 
Knoll Development Co 

3 

Laurence F. Downey . 4 

Joseph T. Koch 7 

BLOCK 6 

LoisA.McNiff 2 



Do 

Do 

John E. Jankovsky 

Do. 

BLOCK 7 
Knoll Development Co. 



3 

4 

13 

14 



19 



BLOCK 8 

Edward A. Talman A 

BLUNT PARK 



NE< i - 19.01 acs. ; 55.40 I Mickey Bemont 4 



Wm A McLaughlin 
( Ex E 175ft S 100ft > pt E of Glen 
Nagis SubS'2 NEU -40.99 acs 

SECTION 34. TWP. 46, It ANGE 9 

Thomas DSteiskal 
Resub Simons Klondike Sub 
pt Vacated Lots 17 to 21 NE» » 
NE».i - l.OOac 9.55 

A H Franzeh 
(Ex Hillside Sub) also (Ex S 
683ft W 391ft) th W 526.5ft 

. also N 2 rds lyg E of W 526.5ft 
pt SW' .i NW'i - 5.17 acs. . . .71.06 

JJDrobnick \j 
N<2 lot 6 Wolcotts Survey (Ex 
Lotus Woods) in SE« i- 15.00 ac 

XXf 1Q 

SECTION 35. TWP. 46, RANGE 9 

Ronald J Krantz 
Com at SE cor Lot 1 blk 
8 Groveland Park Sub th S 140 
f t th W 190ft to E In Lot 2 
sub afrsd extd S th N on sd extd 
E In sd Lot 2 140ft to SW cor sd 
lot 1 th E alg S In sd Lot 1 to 
FOB pt N W' 4 NE> i - .61 ac 



* * * I , 1 m * »•»••*• «> 



Tomas P Steiskal ; 

(Ex Hwy) frmly. knas as 
Lots 1 thru 16 pt Lots 17 thru 21 
ill Lots 22 thru 37 - 40 41 - 43 



188.71 
188.71 
188.71 
188.71 
188.71 

17.96 



104.18 
199.58 

168.10 

* 

210.74 
22.24 
22.24 
21.95 
21.95 



104.18 
250.49 

270.86 

265.80 



Mr. & Mrs C.G. Kemp 10 
CALIF. ICE & COAL CO S 
LAKE MARIE SUB 

EricSkoglund 

SubN'2 45 124.79 

Alexander L Shearman 188 103.52 

Laddie J. Malina 214 43.90 

CHAIN O LAKES COUNTRY 
CLUB SUB 
Dietrich Kiemle 

Lots33&34 ......... 244.93 

CHANNEL LAKE BLUFFS SUB 

QLOCK2 
John J. & Barbara Roll 

Harry C. Spohnholtz. . . 16 52.54 

CHANNEL LAKE BLUFFS SUB 

RESUB OF LOT E 

Betty Matejka. ....... 13 34.18 

' CHANNEL LAKE SHORES 
BLOCK l! 
Donald R. Sheppard 

BLOCKS 
Harold W.Cunefare... l 135.33 

CIIANNOAKSSUB. 

jMfred JvGrove,.^.-:::.— 6"~r-17;62 

mJ\J . . • . • "•>. • . . . •■• ... • • • • . 4 jJOV. lO 

Jerome C.Vohaska... 8 296.02 

CRANDALLSSUB -- ' ( ;*'. <; ! 

JackMartusciellp..... 4 132.88 



FARRINS SUB ON GRASS 
LAKE ROAD 

George Gorski 

- th pt Lot 7 dafs comg at most Ely 
cor Lot 6 th SWIy alg SEly In Lot 6 
to most Sly cor Lot 6 th SEly alg 
SWIy In Lot 6 extd SEly 120 ft th 
NEly to pnt 120 ft ext SEly frm 
pob th NWly 120 ft to pob pt lot 
7 253.88 

FELTER S RESUBDN 

Betty M & Lester T Shaffer 

6 43.90 

Do.... 7 376.98 

FELTERS SOUTH VIEW SUB 
William J. Wegner . ... 67 35.24 

LfO uo OD.t*t 

Mary D.Meyer Est 
(Ex W 18.1 ft) th pt Lot 78 lyg 
Betw N & S Ins Lot 76 Extd W 

Earl L. English 
(Ex W 18. 1 ft) that pt Lot 78 betw 
thN&SlnsofLot75extdW 

Lawrence C & Eula Boren 
Lot 77 also (Ex W 18.1 ft) that pt 
Lot 78 lyg betw N & S ins Lot 77 
extdW. ...101.34 

Robert Radke 127 35.24 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Robertson 
135 262.66 

Do... 136 35.24 

FELTERS SOUTH VIEW BEACH 
UNIT NO. I 

PerJustad 7 17.62 

Do ...r. 9 26.89 

FELTERS SOUTH VIEW BEACH 
UNIT NO. 2 

Mr; Henry D. Mezzano 4 25.94 

Do..... 5 323.84 

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Ha wry luk 
59 38.02 

CarmellaTovella..... 66 90.85 

FIRST ADDN TO LAKE 

VIEW SUB. 

Bernard L. Mueller Sr. 
..'....... . . . . .'. ...... i 

FIRST ADDN TO 
SELTERSSUB 
Edmund E.Windstrup 25 
. 1ST ADDN TO SIMONS 
KLONDIKE SUB 
Charlotte & Robert Sircher 
(Ex W 10 ft) Lot 7 and all Lot 8 

• ,*••••■••* *-■■• •*■**•« ■•*tfli, «lviU4i 

Peter P. Kloepfer 
Lot 18 & (Ex E 20 ft) 

...... ••••.. ........ lij 2U7 .Sfo 

Frank ReCupido 

Park 0,35acs 7.14 

FIRST ADDN TO TRIEGER 

SSUB. 

Fred D. Dittmer ...... ,7 25.02 

MJ\j i * i i i i i i ii i « # i f a » i t i O VSrJ,TJ£j 

FISK& LASHERS SUB 

1st Natl Bk It 2301.... 28 85.80 
FOX LK. VISTA UNIT NOl : 
BLOCK2 

John & Kathryn Mosley ■ _ 

1 ''A ; 2ft Rft 

MJV4 m i # • ».* m *m » "• • ' ■ * • « • * * . M 111*44 

MJ\J * • *«#***• ■ * *_t, ■ .J-* * *■>* i'i*f7W— "lv**I £ I 



AmericanNaU Bk T&Tr Co rof Chgo~ 

TT76002... 18 13.02 

BLOCK 10 
American Natl Bk & TR Co of Chgo 



Description Amount 






»**♦..* 



..... 1 13.02 

2 13.02 

........... 3 13.02 

4 13.02 

5^ 13.02 

6 13.02 

LeonaLubben 7 205.07 

American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chge 



Tr 76002. 

Do 

Do 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



TT76002 8 



13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
13.02 



290.46 



64.37 



Do 9 

Do 10 

R. J. Brown, Inc 11 

Do..'...... 12 

DO.......; 13 

Do..... 14 

American Natl Bk & TR Co of Chgo 

Tr76002 15 10.44 

Do 16 10.44 

Do... 17 10.44 

Do..... 18 10.44 

MJ%J * * • « • • • *•-**+ • * * •*••• 19 ., ' r lvi4a 
mJXj * * m • • ••••■ ■ I •*•••*•■ aw 1U« rt 

BLOCK 11 
American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chgo 

Tr 76002 1 15.18 

Do 2 15.18 

Do 3 15.18 

Do 5 13.02 

Do 6 13.02 

Do... 7 13.02 

BLOCK 18 
American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chgo 

TT76002...... 1 13.02 

Po ;..... 2 13.02 

Do 4 13.02 

Do 5 13.02 

Do 6 13.02 

Do 7 13.02. 

Do 

Park....... 

BLOCK 19 
American Natl Bk & TV Co of Chgo 

Tr76002... 2 13.02 

tlo......... 3 - 13.02 

IvarVatvik.. 4 228.27 

American Natl Bk & Tr Co. of Chgo 



r%n ''■■•"■ ■'■■ ■ 14 

»£-"*-'-■' : . : -">H'P.'ty ' 11 '•■ '' ■ "•:/' mi '•- 
I/O. . .' . .'.'..*. *?, •!*.* **:*'* *.> k *.'* *v <' 

f\ri 'i '"'1A ' 

UV • a . .{. ..;■.. . 1 ... »,. • .,-.'.'•'. IQ . 

Ha 17 

Tea ' "" 1CI 

BLOCK28 
Mrs Eveline Jacobson . ". 5 

BLOCK 29 
Joseph Cedzidlo. ... ... . .7 

/ BLOCK3V 

Knoll Development Co. 1 

flft ':•"■"'• ','■■..''■''•' 9 

W* ........ .-. «... . . . . . «'. p £t 

- - '.. . 

U VF .' t- . . O 

UK} . ....'....•.,.".'.•'.......*} 

• \ - ...'.■ 

Do' ■ <>■■-■-■■ ^•■•' ■-; '■ 'S 

. *. IT .'■.■-- , • ■ 

U%J . . V *.« A *'* * • l *j»"« • • • • * • • . • V 

' . ','"'■■ .I" ^ . 

XJ{j *' +•••>•• * •;■•„• • + • * •«•««• f 

James & Louise Wilhite 

' • « ■ • • ■ * • .■ ■■■« • • » i'i * ■ * i * o 

JL/Vl ■ * ■ * * • t • • •#•#*'* *,• mm m m * *J 

Knoll Development Co . 1 10 

do *~ 12 

\JL V • * * * ******** ■ ****•** + • Xv 

Do....^. \-.l~7A 

BLOCK32 
Hilda & Andre McLean. 49 13.02 
American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chi 



13.02 
13.02 
13.02 

'13.02 
13.02 

160.52 

117,00 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 

121.74 

121.74 

.... 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 

255.50 



13.02 
13.02 

.13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
1 13.02 
13.02 

205.06 



Tr 76002.... ....50 

Do.... ....51 

QO ..........t ... ........ DZ 

iJO '............-.. . .53 

Do..... ...,54 

Do..... ............... .55 

Do... i 56 

do ......57 

Irving Fitzibbons ...... 58 

American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chi 

IT ftnJU2. ••....••■••••• mOv lo.uZ 

Do; ............60 13.02 

do i ■■: -.- •>■ 

(Ex N 60ft) Blk 36.... 13.02 

BLOCK37 

Uv .......... ■ . . « i ........ JL lo.'JZ 

Do. ...........2 13.02 

Mrs Alphonse Beaudry . . 3 199.31 

Do............ 4 199.31 

American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chi 



Tr 76002 ..,.;.. <13 

UUi ***•'.•**• «••***»# • •*■ **#.# iMrm 



13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
13.02 
93.25 



18 18.94 



IT /UlUIi ■ , * 9 

Wl ... .,.'*• ....if........ *ff 

Do. ;..... 13 

BLOCK 24 

M.F.Nielsen 1 

Do...;. 2 



13.02 
13.02 
18.94 
18.94 

216.74 
216.74 



American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chgo 

IT # DUvSS. •■......,...... 6 

John F. Feistkorn ; .... 9 
Earl & Inger Hansen . . , 11 
Knoll Development Col 
BLOCK25 
Knoll Development Co 



13.02 

55.68 

115.72 



**••••* 



*'*••*•* i 



>.'*■«*»,.,,• 



1 
2 



198.86 
160.52 



AmericanNaU Bk & Tr Co of Chgo 
Tr 76002............... 6 10.44 

Holland H. Palo. .... 7 <"■ 10.44 

LfO. *.• .'..... ......... . .'<'.'.f iQ j ■ "_ ; lw.44 

Amer Natl Bk&Tr ^Go of Oig^ ^ ^' 



do.. 

BLOCK26 
Henry R. Brunkow . ".' . . 13 13.02 

IJO.................... 14 ■ 13.02 

Susan O Leary . ........ 28 13.02 

American Natl Bk & TR Co of Chgo 

Tr 76002. . . . . . , . ..... . - 32 /13.02 

Uu . ..,•.,.■. ....'=. .33 13.02 

Robert Kaim . . .... ..... 36_._234.00 

m :-'— — ^Biacir-ir' 

Lawrence L.Kogut.... 4 IZ.Q2 
xjo . •«.**•• .-»'. .' # , v * * * , , 5 13.02 

Susan E Oleary . . . . . . .. 12 i&o, 

American ,Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chi 



X -^76002 



*'* • *******,t »■•■* * * • J 

' X/O **•••■••••***•**•*•«• ID 

do;....;.......,....... 16 

John E Byrne 25 

HaroldWatts 43 

American Nato Bk & Tr Co of Chi 

XT itHIU-2* •••****•••••'•* *0« . 1-5 -UZ 

FOX RIVER SPRINGS 
BLOCK2 
Frank E Miller 

............. Lots 15&30 

BLOCK 3 
Chester & Clara Jozaitis • 
.......r.... Lotsl4&15 

BLOCK6 
Frank E Miller '* 

Lots20&2l 

Melvin T & Esther T Tanske 

., 28 

BLOCK 8 

Frank E Miller ......... ,1 

riA ■■■ 9 

Do 3 

**Wf »*•*■**■•*#•#•*•** *'**lf 

BLOCK9 
Stephen Siedlecki :...... 1 

Dii 2 

*** V #■*••••••#••*•■ # * * •,* . » *w 

James P Buchman 3 

BLOCK 10 

George H Murray ... 3 

Mrs Margaret Ulmer . . .25 1073.62 

GIFFORDS FAIR OAKS SUB 
LayerneVaUee , . 
(Ex . com at most NWly cor Lot 
6 th S alg W In sd Lot 7.8ft th Nely 
to NE cor thof th W to POB) 

6' 9Q4 14 

GIFFORDS SUB 

AlpertSima . 

Com at NE cor Lot 4 th SWIy on E 

In sd Lot 10 ft th Wly to pt 6ft S of 
NW cor thof th N 6ft to NW 
cor thof th Ely on N In to POB 
also th pi Lot 10 SW'4 lyg E of 
cen of rd jk W of W In above 
descd tract & Sly of Nly In extd 
W& Nly of Sly In extd W 

GOLF VIEW MANOR UNIT NO 3 
Charles Bulger... .....106 17.32 

DO; i . . . . .'. . . . . . ; . .p.<. > i:*.l1fl. , t <.'.. 17*32 

Jeri August.. . .. '...■}. ^,12^ ^ 8\66 

Do. ..... . . . . .1 £* /y.'.vijilSO 123.05 

George Feader . . . . . ':.i . j(61 jj ,, 154.94^ 



11.04 

476.66 

188.64 

182.81 

17.49 

182.81 

57.36 

19.63 
115.95 

52.77 
150.61 

37.42 



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Name Description Amount 

/ GRAND BLUFF - 

BL0CK2 

Earl & Helen Barnes 
S 3.11ft Lot 4 All Lot 5 & N 5ft 

«■■.**» ft ft ft * ft P.* ft ft ft.'* ft ft ft ft ft O «VU«f*1>0 

Silas W & Pearle T Cornelius 

GRAND VIEW SUB 

BLOCKS 
A Giorando. . . . ...... . ., . 1 

Tin ; •'"'■ '.9'. : '■' 

LSI/ • a a • a. • • • • •.* f • « a^j. • ... • ..S . 

BLOCK4 

N L & Ruth Calabrese . .8 
BLOCK 6 

Herbert Artelt Sr 
Com at ja pt on Sly In sd Lot 9 
ft Ely fr 1 SWly cor sd Lot th Sely 
alg Sly In sd Lot 68ft th Nely 
at an angle of 75 deg a dist of 
152.8ft to a pt on E In sd Lot th 
N on E In sd Lot a dist of 42.65ft 
to a pt wh is 16.15ft S Of NE cor sd 
Lot th Wly a dist of 47.75ft to 
pt on Wly In sd Lot 11.34f t SWly of 
NW cor sd Lot th Swly on Wly In 



438.74 

163.14 

i - ,. f 

181.70 



sd Lot 110.56ft th Ely 9ft th SWly 
pari to VQy In sd Lot to POB pt 

Unknown 
Wly 9ft lyg S of Nly 121.90ft 

(measdonWlyln) 4 54.89 

GRASS LAKE HIGHLANDS 

Jerome LVocke. 4 234.78 

Do.:.., i .....5 20.24 

V/» iNasec . . ............ . \z 193.18 

GRICE S LAKE CATHERINE 
SUB 
Wanda & Robert Ruggles 

Lot 9& N5ft Lot. ..... 10 216.9: 

Mr Harold M Wold 

NM:E24ft.. B 

GEO VEL AND PARK 
BLOCK 2 
Knoll Development Co.. 8 

Leona Devich 10 

Do......;^.[ .....ll 

James BLomax 15 

\J%3 * ■ ««■**■■•■■■• '••■••«•• XO 

mJ\3 • • • ■«*,•■■•••• ■ ■ • ■ ■ 9 9 * mm 

BLOCK 3 
Knoll Development Co.. 1 

U\J « ...a.«.<..a...aa. ....<» 

Do........... 3. 

Mrs Anna E Johnson. . . 10 

JackBLudwig ...11 

Do............ ...12 

MonaMeinig. 13 

John WBaber. 18 

Walter & Florence Powell' 



............ 



20.24 

20.24 

159.74 




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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER -II. 1972.... THE ANTIOCH NEWS PaffelS 



•}■**>,: 



Name' Description Amount Name Description TAmount Name Description 



Thomas Gibbons. ... .55 

Mr.RM Gardner...... 60 

GlenMulherih........ ill 

Robert DMilherin. . . .112 

Clyde L Leesley ....... 139 

Win J Nissen . . ,%...... 170 

John M & Siizann SZeller 

.•a... .'•■•••... ., ■'. , , I f If ' 

LAKE VIEW SUB 

Mary Jean Cocklan. .. ,:55 

UU ......... ............ 31) 

William P & Patricia Keller 

. ........ ......... . , , Of ■ 

*J%9 .a.aa.a..a....aaai... DO 



122.64 
55.72 
17.32 
17.32 
93.70 

8.66 

»■ 

17.32 

48.84 
176.74 

102.27 
24.42 



Do, 



.■••••■••»■ 



BLOCK 6 



18.94 
18.04 
18.94 
18.04 



LOTUSWOODS 
Home Bank & Tr Co TV 

Mr arJv. a a . . • »_...". ••••"•'.'.... i 498.69 

AlviaUK. .............. , 8 135.55 

MJ\t • a. ....... «Ci""»V, . ..... . . jl * 11. Uf 

I/O. ... ........ ........ , ly 11.07 

Uw .a.a...a........a..(. 11 <B| <«Jlf 

Do 12 11.07 

Eugene Joseph Wright . 17 174.70 



JL/O ■ *■*■•••«■*••*»«***# .«w 

— 

BLOCK 8 

T Doddington .......... 12 395.10 

Do........: .......13 20.24 

Charles Kjellstrarid 26 20.24 

1 Do 27 20.24 

BLOCK 7 

Robert Anzinger ........ 8 10.12 

DO.... ...........9 10.12 

* - ^ v . ........... .'. ...... l" *".»*# 

BLOCKS 
Ronald J Krantz 1 119.31 

BLOCKS 
Everett WMealer. . . ... ,4 

HEART O LAKES SUB 
Joseph Farr in. ........ 68 154.96 

Irving Meyer. .95 "$23.50 

HenryZ&IrmaLukas. 99 156.76 

UO • tf- • • ft ■ #:«•*• ^ •,•*■••» • 1UU I tb**S 

HIGH WOODS ADD UNIT NO 2 

LAKES CENTER SUB 

Jose Ma r t inez Et Al . . . . 12 266.40 

Kenneth WSchuett... . .53 298.5< 

HILLSIDE SUB 
A H Franzen fi . ...... . . . 1 A 27.36 

UO a '.a.... ....... '.'*>> . a a a . «£ UI.UV 

FredOSchultz. . . . . . .11 262.88 

First Natl Bank Tr 1147 

JACKSON SPARK 

Frances Cliffe & Margaret 
Tuytshaver . . . ... ....... 8 124.52 

American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chi 

Tr 76002- (ExN 100ft) 10 55.40 

William P Welter ...... 14 222.24 

Lucille F Jones 25 & 142.72 

• :. HENRY JACKSON S 

GRASS LAKE SUB 

Edward S Ellickson . . .32 18.94 

LAKES CNTR GARDENS 

UNIT NO 1 OF LAKES - 

C^TRSUBS 

ft G Seelhoffi 1 ; . . . . . . . . i' 28 132.41 

James Wacasey '. 36 8.66 



Douglas HBartels 
Lot 54 & N'/2 Lot 55 also th pt 
vac Shore Dr lyg E & adg 
a..' •...*.. '•..... a. . . . 04 4tjy .Zo 

Catherine E Marchetti 
S' 2 Lot 55 also th pt vac 
Shore Dr lyg E & adj . 55 34.87 

Do 
Lot 56 & also th pt vac Shore Dr 
lygE&adj. ,.56 175.64 

Perry Strand 77 263.94 

Do... 2 78 27.36 

Lottie Harrison i 84 262.93 

HelenOWood 89 

REBucklew 94 

Edwin Johnson 95 

Ferdinand Sukupcak. . . 96 

Dorothy Sackheim 100 

Lawrence Copithke..: 103 

Andrew M Buehl. . . . . . 104 

Andrew MBuehl 
(ExS>/2> 105 

Walter Schmid ....... 126 

•L/ w • • m • ■••« ••-* •« • • * ' • • m • m»m § 

Do..... ...143 

Wm R Babe 144 

mJ\j • • * ■ • • •. # « * • « * • * • « * * « 1*1 D 

John Wm Hartman,. . .'. 156 

Knoll Development Co 164 

MORiLEYSSUB 

Joseph Bekker .22 10.50 

Do 23 10.50 

Richard &Myra Gruel. 24 76.62 

mJXM • •(•■•■■■ • r "»jT# « • • • ft • 9 * * *mv *#*«wa 



John K Hanlon . . . ...... 11 

Knoll Development Co. 12 
Martin Steger . ......... 14 

. \, BLOCK 7 
Harold D Engdahl .... . . 12 -102.98 

:-tL' BLOCK 8 

Edwin Mikos...... .3 184.18 

BLOCK 10 
Ambrose B z9 Teresa a Lopresti 

* • • *■ • '* *' ft' p ••■••■*•• • ■ » • O lllftiFl 
"U «••••••••••■••««■*«•••■ XC3 • *Ttt 

HBluhm 
Unnumbered lot wh was frmly 
pt Lot -12 in Oakland Sub. . . .18.94 
. OWNER S SUB OF BLK 5 OF 
RESUBOFBLKS3&40T 
SHADY NOOK SUB 
Herbert W Sterling . r. . . . 9 25,94 
Francis & Mary E Reizinger 

• •• * • • ■• ••««»■»•■■••• I** II 9*111 

I*v ■« ■*••••••«'••■■•■■••• Itf IhivI 

OWNERS SUB OF LOTS A TO G 
FELTERS SOUTHVIEW 



**ftftft*p«# 



Amount 
8 308.10 



27.36 

262.93 

27.36 

27.36 

27.36 

247.64 

340.20 

15.66 
27.36 

276.28 
27.36 
27.36 
27.36 

135.24 
27.36 



Arthur & Al ice Lamberti 

\ 44 

% « ft • • ft • f #;* 1 fc:-#. * • ft ft ft ■ • • ft * ■ TV 
M^Vft-ft ftftftftftftftftaftftft *•*.* • ■ ft * "J 

Unknown — ... : ... i j. . 55 
Tiber & Elizabeth Jung. 60 

Do... .61 

Do 62 

Do......... 63 

Do.... 68 

Do 69 

JArndt 70 

Virginia L Flood 82 

Marie & Louis Greenwald 

Mr Emii F Stegert 85 

Stanley Golin 110 

George R Young. ..... }18 

L/O ;...............«..al 1 If 

Do. ......;120 

GLEN NAGIS SUB 

Samuel Van Treese. .... 2 

Ray Moss Estate 28 

Do ,... 29 

Edward J Mack 30 

MJO •••! a iliWl 

Samuel Van Treese. ... 37 
USalle Natl BkTr 42123 

40 



17.96 
17.96 

246.01 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 

121.73 
10.50 

197.03 

243.46 

187.90 
248.42 
110.61 
132.26 
21.00 
25.94 

153.82 
27.36 
27.36 
27.36 
27.36 
13.68 
13.68 

27.36 



NORTH FOX LAKE HEIGHTS 

Marion Mekla & Lillian Uzel 
E 40ft W 150ft (measd at RA to 

Win) 10. 92.52 

Ernest Opatz. . . ... .111 29.22 

Do..... .......... ..113 29.22 

John Curwood. ....... 123 345.22 

Mrs Jacob Guttman ... 144 25.02 

OAKLANDSUB 
Col Victor Lisec ........ 42 27.36 

Knoll Develop Co....... 62 89.80 

OAKLANDSUB UNIT NO 2 
VBLOCK3 
Robert WWeJdon. ... ..^3 25.77 

BLOCK5 
Knoll Development Co.. 2 18.94 

'.•7> * '■ %■ V '•■<i,\ in 04 

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BEACH NO 2 

Robert CTune 204 17.96 

PETITE PARK 

Charles FDolan 

Lots 6-7 &.. ...8 1844.42 

PETITE LAKE HIGHWOODS 

D Helmer Lindahl ... . . . .37 211.55 

Dennis & Pamela Young. 

.....57 171.64 

PLAT OF DIVISION OF 
VINCENT J ACKSON8 EST 

American Natl Bk & Tr Co of Chi 

TY76002 
(Ex Jacksons Park Sub) & (ex 
1st add to Jackson Park Sub) 
34.411A 1 162.94 

William J Clesen 
Com at a pnt N 64 deg 36 min W 
25ft of most Nly cor Lot 1 in H 
Jackson Sub th N 64 deg 36 min W 
23.5ft th N 46 deg 31 min W 27.. 8ft 
th S 25 deg 24 min W 158.6ft 
th S 64 deg 36 min E 75ft N 25 deg 
24 min E 50ft th N 64 deg 36 min 
W 25ft th N 25 deg 24 min E 100 
ft to POB 3 223.56 

Do * 
Com at NW cor of Lot 1 in 
Henry Jacksons Sub th NWly on 
an extn sn of Nly In sd Lot 1 
48.5ft th NWly with an angle of 
18. deg 05 min to rt of last men 
td In as prod 27.8ft for POB th 
th NWly on an extsn of last 
mentd In 8411ft th SWly pari 
with NWly in of Lot 1 of sd 
Henry Jacksons Sub I83t9ft th 
SEly pari with Nly In sd Lot 1 
80ft th NEly 158.6ft to FOB pt 
Lot...... 3 18.94 

Do 
Com at NW cor of Lot 1 of 
Henry Jacksons Sub th NWly on 
an extsn of NEly In sd Lot 1 
48.5ft th NWly wi an angle of 18 
deg 05 min to rt of last desc In 
as prod 111.9ft for POB th SWly 
pari wi NWly In sd Lot, 1 
183.9ft th NWly at R A to last 
desc In 135ft th NEly wi a SEly 
angle of 88 deg 10 min fr last 
desc In 224.7ft th SEly wi 
SWly angle of 73 deg 52 min fr 
last desc In 134.32ft to POB 

EdwardS Ellickson 
E 150ft of tract of Id dafs beg 
at NE cor Lot 30 in Henry 
Jacksons Grass Lake Sub th W 
alg N In Lots 30 & 31 afrsd Sub 
261.45ft th N 165ft th E 255.22ft 
th Sly 166ft to POB.... 3 . 130.68 

Do 

(Ex E 150ft) of tract of Id 

dafs beg at NE cor Lot 30 

in Henry Jacksons Grass Lake 

Sub th W alg N In Lots 30 & 31 



(ExE31fO 

RESTHAVEN 

Jacob Koenen.. . . . . . .50 

John J Owca . . ... ..... .53 

Dennis Lewis. . . . 65 

Tin • fiA 

WU aa*aa...... r .a........ W 

A 

UUt ■••*•■■•••■ •'-■ • • • * * •?• Of 

William Landwer . ..... 73 

Lewis Winston . .. . ... . . 74 

Robert W Anderson . . 104 

L*U ■ ■■•••*•*■*• • ftftft«4ftft« IUv 

REST HAVEN UNIT 2 

BLOCK 1 

Thomas Gibbons . ....... 1 

Clifford W Todd. 4 

BLOCK 3 : 
Thomas F Clifford. .... .7 

BLOCK 5 
Joseph D Enloe. . . - ... . .._. 3 341.50 

Einar Jensen . . .*. . . a . ... 73 32.49 

i^v •• r s«« •*'••■«•• ■> • ft « a • ft * §*w A 4 9*00 

RESl T B'OFBLKS»&4 
SHADY NOOK SUB 

BLOCK 4 

Mrs Helen Neisen — 



387.96 
17.32 
60.20 

326.56 
17.32 

139.76 

'17.32 
81.66 

447.54 



49.46 
104.88 [ 

-. *. ' 
193.38 



Name Description Amount 

'■: v. ' :' '"■■-•. ■ • ••■-.. 

360.54 



Wm P Rizzo Jr.;. . .... .163 

Gordon & Sharon Pierce 

' '" «-■ • ■' - 171 

_' * * •-« ■ • ft .«« *£•}* •*••••'••■ M • ■ - 

Lawrence S & Hazel Korsen 

*" 174 

Da 17=1 

l/U ft « •*«_*•)•«»•••<.*-••* »*tlVW- 

UiJ *■•»•'■ ■ • * ft *< ■ ■ • • ■ • * . • ■ i t 1 1 w 

177 
--17JR 

i>a ■ " ■' - i7*i 

*-* *f •.«•• ■•• .■ • »••■ ••■••• w • m wi* 
mJxJ . ^ ■ > ■ ■ ■ ■ '**■ p ft ft # I - t * ft' a lOV 
UUi •■'■■•••«* *■**•••« « ■ * IOI 

Betty Wahl. 196 

Frank B Tuminello ... .205 
J.W.Miller...., v..... 206 



Do.... 
1)o. . . 



92.38 

957.37 
850.94 
850.94 
850.94 
850.94 
85034 
850.94 
850.94 
.50.66 
263.42 
692.54 



300.34 



Ely 50ft Wly ........... 8 

BOTHERS SUB 
Joel L Enarson 

(ExSlOOft). 1 257.14 

RUN Y ARDS ADD TO GAR- 
WOODS LAKE MARIE SUB 

Gary A Richter 4 

Do 5 39.54 

SECOND ADD TO SELTKRS 
SUBDN 

Joseph PSabar 13 292.62 

LEON S SEX & COS 
WOODED HEIGHTS KSTS 
BLOCK 1 
Glen R & Margaret Cederquist 



Mrs Harriet Davis & Elizabeth B 

50.66 
92.85 

116.21 
alMiti 

100.74; 

284.W. 



Brown ^.i_v ..216 

Knoll Development Co 223 
Joseph Wcrda ......... 230 

J. P & irene^Devitt . r. . 247 
Richard Motley. . . . . . . 265 

r*n ■' ■ "wai 

J LSIIAWS2ND SUH>\ 
ON FOX LAKE 

Thomas W Galuski . .... 3H 2 1 5.oa 
Leland Winn . . . . ,....,. HO-^27.30 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



6 
.7 
.8 
.9 
10 



BLOCK 4 

George J Girten 11 

G.J Girten & Frank Stumpf 

•;... 12 

BLOCK 5 

HillardSTelinski 1 

Do.....:..... 2 

Do 3 

Do, '...... 17 

D 18 

Do : 19 

BLOCK 6 

U V ••**•■•<•■•••»•••■■•••» O 

wilt ■*s***ft«ftv«ft«*«*ftftftft*V 
mjf ■•■■•*••#*■•**•«•*••« • IV 

BLOCK 10 
Leon S Sex & Co ......... 2 

Do .....3,. 

HilardSTelinski ... .19 

Do 20 

JohnW. Baber '.. . Park 

SHANNONS FIRST ADD TO 

WOODBINE PARK 

Richard G Irmen ...... 10 32.14 

Do 11 393.06 

SHANNONS 2ND ADD TO 
WOODBINE PARK 

Carl ATeiwes .58 17.96 

Adolph H Spitz 62 23.50 

SHADY NOOK SUBDN 



17.96 

145.66 

8.98 
8.98 
8.98 
8.98 
89.30 
178.60 

8.98 
8.98 

8.98 

17.96 

17.96 

8.98 

8.98 

224.53 



298.83 

298.83 

298.83 

140.77 

140.77 

13.G8 

13.68 

13,68 

333.24 

27.3(i 

227.00 

191. 63 

158.04 

298.83 

281.54 

44.98 

357.12 

37.80 

27,30 

27.36 

27.36 

27.36 

27.36 

333.24 



■ ■**■••■ 



216.28 



BLOCK 5 
Wm Harvey Peck 
W56ftNl20ft... 

Do 
E40ft W96ft N 120ft. 159.46 

Do 
E80ft W 176ft N 120ft. . .<. . .237.32 

Do 

S 40ft N 160ft 137.20 

JLSHAWSSUBDNON 
FOX LAKE 
Donald B & Jean 1 lama 

Charlotte Queen 



Wly 150ft...... ........ 21 93.56 

afrsd"sub 281.45ft" th N mit th E fOrval T edens 38 167.16 

255.22ft th Sly 166ft to POB ICharlesLft Margaret Anderson 

Q 0| QC II '". . . ........ a .;• « ... a.. .■ f D JlOaOt 

Wm A McLaughlin |BillyW Tollison...... 108 171.02 

'Pt E 9 ac W 19 ac lyg Sly 

of Hwy pt; . . . . ... , '. 5 18.94 



LaSalleNatlBkTr42123 

Sub (ex W 60ft thof ) also <ex pt 

SWly of Hwy) E 9 ac W W ac 

5 49.56 



• • i ,« • . » 

■ * ' i . 



..»-■• 



RAMAKERSSUB 

BLOCK 1 



Robert J Steiskal Sr . . .' 130 

C/W.Heeter 
(Ex Wly 125ft) r Nly 100ft Ely 
300ft . . . ... . . . . . . . . • • 148 14.32 

Mrs. Bertha Tyndall 
Com on W In Lot 155 at a pnt 45ft 
SWly of SE cor Lot 208 in 
afrsd Sub th SEly pari to Sly In 
Lot 208 extd SEly 30ft th SWly 
45ft th NWly 30ft th NEly 45ft 



Do. i.i ..81 27.36 

UO ft ft ft >« .* • • ft V ft ■ • •,• « •> »; .ft ft "ft (?•* ** t #«nl 

m*\J ■ ■ ft • • • • '• '■ ft '« ft> ft ft ft ft*'ft '.'ft. ft ft> -• "ittr I Jm i i« i 

DO :.... 84 27.:«i 

Angcliki Dikeow ....... 89 27 M 

JohnCSoffietti. ..... 126 . 130.68 

».76 ILBluhm 134 298.83 

N Valentine : 135 333.24 

Do 136 333.24 

Do 137 333.24 

do...... i:iB 333.24 

DoL. 139 33:1.24 

Do 140 333.24 

do... 141 333.24 

Knoll Development Co 

9.90 166 

9.90 Do 167 

9.90 DO.. ,. 168 

9.90 Irene Grzcnia — 180 

9.90 Do 181 

UU • '» ft ft .» ■ >•' '• "».-» ■*;, p ••*•■••••! IB a* 
Utf >•»**•«••*•»*»«»•••• I Oil 
IJ*9 ». ft ft ■»■'•*;.:•; ft « ■ * ft ft :+■• .*.*• « ft. ft" .ft lit 4 ! 

Nellie Yerion 188 

May Beatly 230 

Patrick Cull 246 

Knoll Development Co 250 

Hugh A Mcavancy 279 

James Ryan 280 

Bob G Lewis 287 

Do 288 

John A Ilines .320 

Do.. 321 

rtn < '\9'i 

L/lf • *■■■ •■*■ ••••• * * » ft ft * • tPbtft 
UO »•••*•>-•****•*•••*• *JtSrw 

Bob G Lewis .325 

Do : 326 

George D Watts 331 

Knoll Development Co 

341 

Dennis Pande 347 

Mrs Edward a Burke . . 350 

Ann F Gaskin , 358 

Knoll Development Co 

365 

Do , 366 

Do. ..367 

Do \. 368 

James Kolar . . 369 

Paul O'Brien .....379 

l/tr ■ • *.. #- ft » J '•■ 'i •**•**«»•'* ftHlIf 

Edward J I logon ...... 384 

Arthur H & Mary J Gcifs 

'.•••■■•tit*********** Tfllil 

George Sontag 449 

William T Col burn .... 509 

SIMONS KLONDIKE SUBDN 
BLOCK 1 
Knoll Development co 
Lots21. 22.236.. ....24 11.92 

BU)CK2 
Rose Thomason ........ 142 35.58 

Do....... ........143 35.58 

I/O. . • • • • • • i"a . . ■ • * . .' a • a'1'14 lltl.tHp 

George A Smith 145. 35.58 

Do..... 186 43.75 

BLOCK5 , 
Nancy Ellen Davis 301.54 

BLOCK 6 
Nancy Ellen Davis - 1 Ex S 150ft ) . 

BLOCK 8 
Frawley & Barries Boise 

■ •■*.««** ■■*r«v« t *a *"# ■»■ Iwf 

A. E. Linder . . 188 

mJ\J m f * « ■ * * . » .ft ■ •-**# • « i * *. * ■ I V v 

Dr* ■'• ■■■ ton 



27.:Mi 
27.36 
27.36 

298.83 
208.83 
310.05 
316.05 

27.36 
408.61) 
408:69 

27.30 

119.92 
272.10 

105.27 



213.34 



122.11 
122.11 
122.11. 

122". 

Do. . ... ;....... ..... . 191 122.11 



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Name Description Arpwnt 



*-* If «...*.** »> 4 * -• I* '• #4-4 * . AiTv 

'_ 

Do 144 

Do • IQS 

I-/U >«*'«*t#*'« •••»*•»•*** ivo 

•1»*U * * « • 4 • ■*•,• ■*«•«* ■ « • • » at 4/ f 
Aj»^Jt a a a • a' aaaaaaaaaiata*** IvO 

John A Simon: . v. . 199 

Uv ***•-»*■••**■■■*• *^» * * «UU 

Do..!... ........212 

Ottilie Besserer . ...... 213 

Victor Yurow 219 

«a#U ■••>«»*»»a4*««»t*»«t 4mmtV 

BLOCK 9 

Gus Galanapoulos 34 

at/*/ * • » ■ • -> ;■>' * * • •* V « • ■ V ■■ • » • * • Mv 



122.11 
122.11 
122.11 
122.11 
122.11 
122.11 
122.11 
122.11 
122.11 
216.27 
216.27 
216.27 
216.27 
216.27 
216.27 

17.32 
219.88 



Northview Ave 1 yg S & ad j 

18 29.04 



• a a a a « ■ i - * • « * a » » . ■ * a 



BLOCK 10 
Robert WWeldon 
(Ex S50ft mol for 
47 & 48 

■ * *J* »»#■• ■ a*«aa*aaaa * ■ • 

Knoll Development Co 140 
Do..... 141 



rd) 



t • ■ ■'» 



Lots 
46.59 
59.34 

59.38 



Frank ReCupido 

Park3.5acs 118.00 

SMITHS SUB 

Thomas E Smith 
Com at NE cor Lot 1 th Sly 
alg Ely In sd lot to SW cor Lot 
1 of Sub of pts of sec 11 & 12 th 
NWly to- a pnt in N 'In Lot 1 
Smiths Sub 54ft W of NE cor 
thof th E 54ft to POB also th 
pt lyg betw N In Lot 1 & waters 
edge and betw E & W In 
above tract extd Nly pt 

1 



.«* •• 



88.38 



SMITHS 2ND SUB 

BLOCK 1 
Lois McNiff 
Th pt Lot 3 lyg W of E 



In 



Name Description Amount 



Name Descr iption • : -■■■ .- Amounts swv^ovi^iw^Q^ww;-; ~> ■■■ 



WHrftd 



-. 



■v 




LotBextdSly 3 10.66 

Do 4 17.96 

Do ....5 24.10 

Theodore-Lillian Schmitz 

I ■: • ■ I f . ■ 4 I • r t *' • • « :>• ■ • • * • v HrftAv 

Do ...7 24.10 

LIO ................. ...... Z*i . 1U 

Do..;.., 9 24.10 

Shirley & Theo Smith Jr 
.'. 10 223.72 

Theodore-Lillian Schmitz 

12 275.00 

Theodore W & Shirley E Smith 
13 496.88 

Shirley & Theo Smith Jr 

15 29L70 

Lois Mc Niff: . ; B 205.18 

Do .D v 16.19 

BLOCK 2 

Lillian Schmitz 
(Ex W'/2 Lot 2 & th pt of Lots 
3 - 4 & 5 & E'/b of Lot 6 lyg Sly 
of cen In Rte 173) Lots 1 
to 9 764.42 

Don R Hartmann 
WV 2 Lot 2 & th pt of Lots 3-4-5 & 
E'4 Lot 6 lyg Sly of cen In Rte 

. 173.... 659.06 

Theodore-Lillian Schmitz 
Lot 10 also N'£ vac Northview 
Ave lyg S&. adj 10 26.60 

Russell Smith 
(Ex E'/fe) Lot 11 also N J £ vac 
Northview Ave lyg S & adj 

• / ■■ ■ * a * -a a r a a # _• *■* m. * a a m a 11 

Theodore W Smith Jr 
EM> Lot 11 also Nlfc 
Northview Ave lyg S & adj 
J 11 

Russell Smith 
(Ex W 25ft N 127.5ft) Lot 12 
also N'/fe vac Northview Ave 
lygS&adj 12 19.14 

Do 
(Ex N 127.5ft) Lot . 13 also 

5 125.90ft E 25ft of pts Lots 16-17 

6 18 lyg W of & adj W In Lot 
13 also N 1 ^ vac Northview Ave 
lygS&adj....... 13 128.56 

Joseph Joos Sr . . .. . . ... 14 186.04 

Shirley & Theo Smith Jr 
(Ex pt falling in fol the S 
125.90ft of E 25ft of th' pt lyg 
Wof&adjLotl3).... 16 52.54 

Do 
(Ex pt fallg in foil the S 125.90ft 
of E 25ft of th pt lyg W If & 
adj Lot 13). ........ ..17 25.94 

Donald L Heath 

(Ex th pt fallg. in folg the 

S 125.90ft E 25ft lyg W & adj 

i Lot 13) Lot J8, alpo N»2 vac 



15.78 



vac 



15.78 



Do", ■ )';. ■ 

Lot 19 also N 1 2 vac Northview 

J Ave lyg S & adj . . ... 19 224.32 

THOS JEFFERSON 
SMITHS SUBDN 
ChasGHallett 
SuLotl7&AH.......18 614.88 

SUBDN OFPTS OF SEC S 

11 & 12-46-9 

Lois Mc Niff. . ... t ...... 2 878.78 

SUBDN OF BLK 10 

WOODCREST SUBDN 

Wm J Radke Sr , . . . . ... . 13 166.24 

X/V • aaa'ataaaaaaaaaaaa*** Ja" TtJaUU 

SURVEY OF PT E ».fc SEC 
11-46-9 

JeanetteDee 
3.041 ATract D; 172.44 

Geoffrey J Wilke 
(Ex com at pnt on Sly in 
tract G N 74 deg 30 min W 45ft fr 
SEly cor thof th S 74 deg ^0 min 
E 166ft alg S Ins tracts G & F th 
— N-37 deg 28 min E alg In pari to 
Ely In tract F 210ft th N 72 deg 
2 min W 274ft th S 6 deg 10 min W 
pari to Wiy In sd tract G 210ft 
to POB) Tract G 43.90 

WWHynek 
Com at pt 304ft N fr SW cor tract 
H th S alg W In sd tract 
100ft th E pari to N In sd 
tract H 168.3ft th N 6 deg lOmin E 
75ft th E pari to N In sd E pari 
to N In sd tract H 125ft to E In sd 
tract th N alg E In sd tract 
H 3ft mol to SEly cor ppty 
desc in Doc 536692 th W pari to N 
k In sd tract H 100ft th N 6 deg 
10 min E 22.6ft mol to pt due 
Eof POB thWto POB. .... 204.54 
SYLVAN WOODS 

Henry F & Betty Lubkeman 
SEly 5 ft Lot 10 & all . . 11 322.29 
THIRD ADDITION LOTUS 
PARK 

Phyllis & Pat Derosa . . 11 20.24 

UO . ...........•.■...•.• 1Z ZM.tsI 

John &Estelle Allen 
Beg at NWly cor sd Lot th 
SEly alg Nly In thof 308.3ft to a 
pt 60.9ft NWly from NEly cor sd 
Lot th S 74 deg 01 min W 
186.3ft th N 74 deg 46 min W 
163.1ft mol to Wly In sd Lot th 
N 23 deg 53 min E on Wly In sd 
, Lot 190ft to NWly cor & POB 
.13 1162.00 

Edwin & Eugene Ploetz 
Beg at a pnt in. Ely In Lot 14 
212.9ft S Ely of most Ely cor 
thof th contg SEly to SEly cor 
sd Lot th Wly alg S In sd Lot 
14lft th N 11 deg 43 min E 51ft th 
Ely pari to N In Doc 416917 30ft 
th N 23 deg 53 min E to a pnt wh 
is N 72 deg 13 min W of POB th S 
72 deg 13 min E 120ft mol to 
POB 14 12.54 

Joseph Farrin 
Beg at a pnt in E In Lot 14 
160ft SEly of most Ely cor thof 
th contg SEly 52.9ft mol to 
Nly In Doc 416917 th N 72 deg 
13 min W 120ft mol to Ely In sd 
Doc th N 23 deg 53 min E 
44:7ft mol to a pnt 10.2ft 
Sly of NEly cor sd Doc th 
S 76 deg 07 min E 121ft mol 
toPOB 14 14.36 

John & Es telle Allen 
Com at most Ely cor sd Lot th 
N 36 deg 35 min W alg NEly In 
sd Lot 36.4ft mol to N In sd Lot th 
S 89 deg' 25 min W alg sd N In 
501.25ft mol to NW cor sd lot th S 
34 deg 36 min W alg Wly in 
sd lot 49.5ft mol to Sly In sd 
lot th Ely alg sd Sly In 395.1ft mol 
to NE cor of tract of land not 
included in sd sub th S 23 deg 53 
min W alg Ely In sd tract 
10.2ft th S 76 deg 07 min E 
121ft mol to Ely In sd lot th N 
23 deg 53 min E 160ft to POB 

VOLK BROS MID-LAKES \ 

Charles Lazutka ..... . 123 21.00 

UUf ll "•#*•*• #••*••#*•■* ■«« laW*f a&I^Uv 

UO* a a • aa ■ a a a • a * • * • • a a m 1#W Z1«W 

John Babowice. . . . ... , . 141 21.00 

Dn 142 21 00 

EarlJ Suel. . ..... . . . . .169. 131.93 

Irene MRunyard..... 211 ■;■ 21.00 



10.50 
232.67 



17.96 

17.96 

186.05 



202.08 
17.96 

186.05 
17.96 



Knoll Development Co 219 \.\ 123.34 



William CPearse. . .'. . 224 
Mrs Virginia Pearse. .' 225 
Robert GLemke il 

VOLK BROS MID-LAKES 
UNIT NO 2i 

Theo & Lillian Schmitz . . 1 

l/U « a a • a a • • a # • • • • I I I f i t t 4 M 

Knoll Development Co. . 8 
Joseph P Geddes 

S«2Lotl4aULotl5&N , 2 

16 

Ruth Wells... ..40 

Knoll Development Co. 41 
Theo & Lillian Schmitz. 56 

1/U • M( It,* I I >,* Mill II I I IWl 

Richard & H Fuetterer 
Betw Lots 140 & 141. . . . . . . .365.06 

For ti- Verde Assoc 
Park betw lots 36 & 41 S of 
Park Place . ..... ; . 154.44 

Do 
Park E of lots 93 thru 96. ... 21.95 

Do 
Beach Park rSly~of~Ixrts~~ 19 - «ST 

20 93.59 

" VOLK BROS RE-SUB OF 
PTS OF MID-LAKES 

Frank E Runyard 

Park ,. 17.96 

VOLK BROS 2ND MID-LAKES 
RESUBDN 

Joel D Armstrong 
Lots36&37 357.50 

DO ....*.....,. .-'. . 38 10.50 

Do..; 45 10.50 

Ted W Smith 
Lot 71 also S J /z vac Northview 
Ave lyg N & adj ...... 71 22.24 

VOSS GRASS LAKE GARDENS. 

Mrs Gertrude Voss A 81.27 

W W WARRINER S SUBDN 

Raymond Zeman 5 43.90 

Do...; ...,6 265.76 

Wm N Barr Jr 
(Ex com at SEly cor sd lot th 
Wly alg Sly In thof 212.7ft th Ely 
to pnt on Ely In sd Lot to pnt 
32.85ft Nly of POB th Sly 

. 32.85ft to POB ) 8 484.18 

Roy J Zeman... ». 37 254.62 

Helen I Berezniak 
Lot 42 & N 7ft W 15ft . . 46 168.39 

Earl & Louise Hogan ... 47 338.04 

ChgoT&TCoTr43919..54 126.68 

JohnFOBrien 
Lot 58 also (Ex N 6lfeft of E 25ft) 
39 122.98 

Do 

N6MrftofE25ft. 59 4.95 

WERDENS WOODS SUB 

Leroy J & Helena Zuchowski 
Lot 13 & E»,2 Lot 14 192.52 

Mrs A Huttner ?v . . 20 - 20.88 

WOODBINEPARK 

Elmer E Eberman 5 204.55 

WOODCREST 
BLOCK 2 

Beverly Collord ......... 3 17.96 

Do ...4 17.96 

Do 8 211.98 

BLOCK 3 

Avery Turner 1 8.98 

BLOCK 4 

Do., ...1 8.98 

Do...... 4 8.98 

BLOCKS 

Do 3 8.98 

BLOCK 5 

r- 
JL***U •a*»*«*» a ««a»*aaaa-» t *aV If aVO 

Charles & Joan Clouser . .4 17.96 - 

BLOCK 6 

Avery Turner; 2 8.98 

Edward V OConnor 6 80.95 

Knoll Development Co . 12 17.96 

BLOCK 7 ; 
Donald & Russell Homan 
& Mildred Siedschl ag ... 4 168.10 

Avery Turner ....;. 5 17.62 

Mary T Fahey . ........ 10 224.53 

Avery & Georgia Turner 

Avery Turner. 14 8.98 

Mr Richard Rogers. . . . 15 105.99 

Joseph F Kr ueger . . 17 17.96 

BLOCK 8 ^ 
Eleanor Charneclci . .... .8 211.98 

BLOCK 15 
Edward A Winters . . ... 15 ■ ■ 165.00 

BLOCK 17 
John Keenan. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 4ip,36 

UO* * t • «'» I • v • a *,# »a a,» i * # * . Zk \\ I >90 

MJrlJ . * a • a p '• * * a> a ■ a • •' * • ■ * a • ■» O aArtvU 

Jos & Lois Mc Niff. . .7 239.76 



Charles & Mary Wittmer 
-■-'■■' -.17." 

Isabelie Derrig . . . . . . . . 20 

uo ........ ........ * • . . . -' _. 

I/O ..■ •* 

BLOCK 18 
John Hansen 3 - 

BLOCK19 

Libbie Ocasek 2 

Youth Action Inc. 10 

Do ....;,li 

- BLOCK 20 
(exempt) 

Channel Lake School .... 5 
|District35 

BLOCK 21 
McCabe Realty 1 

mJO ..................... — ' 

UO ...... .............f..'' 

rin ' '"" ■•• 4 

uv ........... . . . ... i. «... ^ 

UO t .,..........f....*> 

UO ................. ... . . . v 

UO ...•••....... .......... 



195.28 

205.78 

17.96 

, 17.96 

155.10 

21.95 
432.60 
106.32 

43.90 



23.11 



52.54 
52.54 
805.22 
69.24 
40.20 
17.96 
17.96 




Do .; E ! /2 9 

WOODCREST ADDN NO 1 
BLOCK! 



9.9( 



17.96 
17.96 

942.00 
357.34 



LeonSSex 17 

Do 18 

JohnGDowell 19 

Miss Irene Ruth Francis - 

20 

Do .,21 

BLOCK 4 

Leon S Sex & Co 7 

DO: 10 

BLOCK 6 
Ralph & Carol Whitton . . 9 

L/l/ a *■ *V* • • • *'• • • • •#*'« a a a a i • a 1U 

Ralph R Whitton 11 

Arthur Olson 16 

Ralph R Whitton 17 

Do ....18 

Do 19 

GlenFinwall ..21 

BLOCK 8 

Louise Ulbrich 3 

Do ...18 

BLOCK 10 
Beverly Collord.. SM> 

Leon S Sex & Co ...... "4 

Do ...5 

Avery Turner. 12 

Do -. 13 

BLOCK 13 
Leon S Sex & Co 1 

L/U a * | a ■ a a a a _*> * a> a • a a a a • a a a 4m 
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COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

I, Robert G. Skidmore, hereby 
certify that I am County Treasurer 



GARLAND 
PROMOTfiD 

Dale W. Garland has been 
promoted to .manager of 
corporate profit planning at 
Abbott Laboratories. 

Garland, 31, joined Abbott in 
June -196a as a cost systems 
analyst, and was promoted to 
cost manager in the phar- 
maceutical products division in 
January 1969. lit May 1970 he 
was promoted to controller of 



186.0S 
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224.53 Abbott Pharmaceuticals/ Inc., 
^ the company's pharmaceutical 
plant in Puerto Rico. 

He is a certified public 

accountant, and holds , . a 

bachelor of science degree from 

the University of Illinois. 

Garland and his wife Irene 

297.841 uve at 2118 Burr Oak, 

36.44 Lindenhurst; 111. 

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NOTICE FOR BIDS 
BUILDING DEMOLITION 

Notice is hereby given that 
sealed bids will be received by 
the Board of Trustees of the 
Village of Antioch until the 6th 
of November at ,8:00 p.m. at 
the Village Municipal Building, 
874 Main Street for the 
demolition of a building 
located at 898 Main Street in 
accordance with specifications 
on file with the Village Clerk. 
Bids shall be adressed to 
Marilyn J. Sterbenz, Village 
Clerk of the Village of Antioch 
and shall be in her hand on or 
before 8:00 p.m.V November 6, 

1972.. .; .. ;;VA; -: ; - ~>$4 

The Board of Trustees 
reserves the right to reject any 
and all bids, to waive any 
informalities in any bid, and 
accept any considered advan- 
tage to the Village. 
This advertisement is made 



and ex-officio County Collector of I pursua nt to the direction of the 
the County of .Lake, in the State of I village Board of Trustees on 



Illinois, and as such the keeper of 
the records of said office and that 
the foregoing is a list of delinquent 
lands and lots upon which taxes 
remain unpaid and due for the year 
or years 1910 through 1971 both 
inclusive together with the owner f s 
name.l'f known, and the amount of 
tax due thereon. 

Dated at Waukegan, Lake 
County, Illinois this 28th day of 
September, A.D., 1972. 



Robert G. Skidmore 

County Treasurer and 

Ex-Of ficio County Collector 

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October 2, 1972. 



Marilyn J. Sterbenz 

Village Clerk 

10-11-72 




NOTICE TO 
VILLAGE RESIDENTS 



Due to hydrant flow tests by 

the Illinois Fire Rating Bureau 

to maintain Village fire rates, 

the Water System may be 

October 11, 1972| infiltrated with rust during the 

week of October. 12 through 19. 



Village of Antioch 
Water Department 



NOTICE TO 
VILLAGE RESIDENTS 

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Beginning Monday,/ October 
f6th and every Monday thr- 
ough the fall the Street 
Department will pick up 
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leaves if th^ey are placed at 
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In loving memory of our son 
T Mclvin "Butch" Woiriel who 
passed away IB years ago on 
October 14, 1954. 

We are sad with our 
memories, . 

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For the one we . love so 
dearly. 

Has forever passed away. 

We think of him in silence 

No eye may see us weep 

But many a silent tear is 
shed, 

While others arc asleep. 
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I Cherish him with care, 
V For you'll never know the 
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rest in God's home. 

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HARLEY ROBERT SHOTLISS 
22. of 973S LecMontc, Overland 
Park, Kansas was killed along 
with : 2 other young men in a 
traffic accident on Se;ptember 
9th in a village in southern 
Spain. Mr, Shotliss, the son of 
Mr. and Mrs.. Harley E. 
Shotliss of Overland Park 
(former Kenosha area resi- 
dents( was on an extended post 
graduation trip with 2 other 
young men from the University 
of Kansas. They were traveling 
in a camper van 

Survivors include one 
brother. Larry, of Chicago. 
Paternal grandmother, Mrs. 
R.C. Shotliss of rural Antioch 
and maternal, grandparents. 
Mr. and Mrs. August Lubke- 
man of Antioch. 



MR. JOHN B. DRAUDT 87 
years old of Crass Lake Road, 
Antioch. Illinois passed away 
on Friday October 6th at the 
home of Floyd E. Whitney with 
whom he had made his home. 
He was born May 12, 1885 in 
Aurora. Illinois and had lived 
in the Naperville. Ill area until 
moving to Antioch about 9 
years ago. He had worked asja 
farm laborer. He has no known 
relatives. 

Funeral services were held 
on Wednesday, at 12:30 p.nu on 
Wednesday.october I lth at the 
Strang Funeral Home' 3 in 
Antioch. The Reverend Phillip 
O. Laurin of St. Stephen 
Lutheran Church officiated. 
Interment was in Home Oak 
Cemetery. 



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Rev. Phillip O. Laurin. Pastor 
llilliid- and Rte 59 
395-336* 

Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. 
Sunday School 10:45 i_m. 

St Ignatius Episcopal Church 

Rev. T. A. Bessette, Rector 
983 Main Street 
39606&2 

Sunday 8 am., 9:30 a.m. 

Antioch Evangelical Free 
Church 

. Bernard C. Fosmarfc. Pastor 
Tiffany Road * Highway Dr. 
395-4117 

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 
Sunday Services 11 a.m. f 7 p.m. 
Thurs, Eve. 7:30 p.m. 

Millbum Congregational United 
Church of Christ 

Rev. Lauren Messersmith 
356-5237 

Sunday Service 10 a.m. 

Faith Evangelical Lutheran 
Church 

Rev. Kent Schroeder, Pastor 
1375 S. Main St. 
395-1660 

Sunday Service 8, 10:30 a.m. 
Sunday School 9: 15 a.m. 

St Peter's Roman Cath Church 

Rev. Pnncta L. Johnson 
557 Lake St. 
395-0274 

Masses: Sat 5:30 p.m. 
Sun. 6:30.8,9:30,10:45,12. 

Antioch United Methodist 
Church 

Rev. Donald Cobb. Minister 
148 Main St. 
395-1259 „ 

Worship Service 9:30 a.m. 

First Church of Christ, 

Scientist 

Rle. 1 73 and Harden 
395-1196 •*••' 

Sunday 11 am. 
Sunday School 11 am. 
Wed. Eve. 8 p.m. 
Reading Room WeU. 2-4 p.m. 

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DR. LEONARD V. MADDEN, 
DDS- 80 years old of 488 Crest 
Lane, Antioch, Illinois passed 
away on Monday; October 9th 
ait Victory Memorial Hospital 
after along illness. He was 
born September 12, 1892 in 
Chicago and moved to Antioch 
in J 94 J. He had graduated from 
Loyola University in 1920 as a 
dentist, and had' practiced In 
Chicago from 1920 until moving 
< to Antioch in 1941, where he 
practiced his profession until 
his retirement. He .holds 
. membership in St. Peters 
Church at Antioch - Holy Name 
Society - St. Peters of Antioch 
Consul No. 3800 Knights of 
^Columbus - Chicago Dental 
* Clinic - National Dental Clinic - 
Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity, 
and had held membership in 
the Antioch Lions Club, and the 
Antioch American Legion Post. 
He married Barbara Rock on 
Nov. 6. 1936 in Chicago. 

Survivors are his wife 
Barbara - a step sister Mrs. 
Gladys Sullivan (Libertyville, 
HI). He was preceeded in death 
by 3 brothers and 2 sisters. 

A funeral mass was held at 
10:00 a.m. on Thursday at St. 
Peters "Chur 



A funeral mass will be held 
at 10:00 a.m. Thursday at St. 
Peters Church in Antioch % HI. 
Interment will ' be in Mt. 
Carmel Cemetery at Antioch. 
Friends may call at the Strang 
Funeral Home in Antioch after 
3:00 p.m. on Wednesday. 

MR. STEVEN W. ELICHEK- 
75 years of the Rainbow Lake 
Manor near Antioch, 111 passed 
away on Monday, October 9th 
at Victory Memorial Hospital. 
He was born on April 2, 1897 in 
Sarney, Russia and came to 
the United States in 1918 to 
reside in Cicero, Illinois before 
moving to Antioch in 1959. He 
is a member of the Antioch 
Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 
No. 525 and the Amalgamated 
Meat Cutters Local Union No. 
638 in Chicago. He had worked 
as a butcher for the Novak 
Stock yard Markets in Chicago 
for 22 years and retired in 1959. 
He married Mildred Stepan on 
Oct. 19. 1941 in cicero, Illinois. 
Survivors are his wife 
Mildred - 1 son Daniel S. 
Elichek (Darien, HI.) 1 daugh- 
ter Miss Soniya M. Elichek 
(Antioch) 1 brother Leo Gibson 
(Detroit. Michigan and 1 
grandson. Funeral services 
were held on Wednesday at 
10:00 a.m. Wednesday at the 
Strang Funeral Home in 
Antioch. The Rev. Wm. M. 
Jannusch of the Bristol Metho- 
dist Church officiated. Inter- 
ment was in Hillside Ceme- 
tery. 



BERNHARD J. MATTSON 73. 
of Zfon. Illinois, formerly of 
. Lake Villa area for many 
years, passed away Thursday. x 
October 5th in the early 
afternoon. 

Mr. Mattson was a member 
of the Fox Lake Baptist 
Church. He graduated from the 
Moody Bible Institute in 1921 
and was active in the 
organization of A wan a Boys 
Club, of Fox Lake.: 

Mr. Mattson is survived by 
his wife, Olivia Mattson, two 
daughters, Mrs. Phyllis Heif* 
•"' man of Chicago, and Miss Fern 
Jt Mattson; of Spain ; two sons: 
Kenneth Mattson of. Antioch 
and Paul Mattson. of Zion and 
six grandchildren. ■/"'■■.. 

Funeral services . were held . 
on Saturday. October .7th from 
the Rlnga Funeral Home in . 
Lake Villa. Interment was In 
Fox Lake Cemetery. 



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MR. HAROLD A, FOULKE - 
63 years old of County" Trunk 
"K"*nedr Salem. Wise, passed; 
away . suddenly on Tuesday, 
October 3rd at Kenosha 
Memorial Hospital He -was 
born January 25, 1909- in 
Bristol, Wis. the son of the late 
Arthur and Martha VanLiere 
Foulke. He " had resided In 
Bristol & Salem Townships all 
of his life. He had been a 
farmer and retired on March I, 
1972. He holds membership in 
the Wilmot Methodist Church 
and the Modern Woodman of 
America Lodge, he married 
Viola Newell on Jan 20, 1940 in 
Kenosha. Survivors are his 
wife Viola - 4 sons Arthur H. - 
Clarence E - Lyle - And Dale 
Foulke (all of Salem) .■<•_ 1 
daughter Miss Carol J. Foulke 
(at home) - 2 grandchildren. 
He was preceeded in death by 
a sister Mrs. Carlotta Sheen on 
Jan 9, 1969. 

Funeral services will be held 
at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, October 
5th at the Strang Funeral 
Home In Antioch. The Rev. 
Wm. M. Jannusch of Wesley 
Chappel officiated. Interment 
was in North Bristol Cemetery 
neat Bristol, Wise, 

MR. WERNER TROST- 71 
years old of the Wheatland 
Mobile Homes park near 
Burlington, Wisconsin passed 
away on Tuesday October 3rd 
at Burlington Memorial Hospi- 
tal after a lingering illness. He 
was born September 23, 1901 in 
Berlin, Germany and came to 
the United States in 1929 to 
reside in Chicago, later moving 
to Antioch, Illinois, Twin 
Lakes, Wise, Kenosha and to 
Wheatland on March' 1, 1972. 
He had worked as a Machinist 
for the Simmons Company 
while in Kenosha, and holds 
membership in the "Interna- 
tional Association of Machin- 
ists Lodge No. 34" in Kenosha. 
He married Martha Kaspreit 
on May 9, 1936 in Chicago, 
Survivors are his wife Martha - 
and his brother in law and 
sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. 
Conrad Aschbacher (Antioch, 
111. 

Funeral services were held 
at 1 :30 p.m. on Thursday at the 
Strang Funeral Home in 
Antioch. Rev. Phillip O. Laurin 
officiated. Interment was in 
Hillside Cemetery at Antioch. 



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An understanding of man/i 
identity is essential to the ovi 
coming of lack and disease, 
according to a public lecture to 
be held in Antioch on Saturday, 
October 14th at 8 p.m. 




Mr. Harold Rogers, C.S.B., a 
Christian Science lecturer from 
Rome, Italy, will speak in the 
Upper Grade School, 800 
Highview Drive under the 
auspices of First Church of 



Christ, Scientist, Antioch. 
A former newspaper 

Mr. Rogers will share insights 
on the nature of true identity, 
how it can be found, held on to, ; 
and protected. : 

"Become What Ybu"Arej" is 
the title of his lecture which is 
open to the. public without 
charge.- •' . 

White at college in the United 
States, Mr. Rogers was healed 
through wholly spiritual means 
of the effects of a serious 
automobile accident. 

Active in newspaper work for 
many years, Mr. Rogers joined 
the Christian Science Monitor in 
1948 and has served as music 
critic and Arts-Entertainment 
editor. In 1966 he was knighted 
by the Italian government 
receiving the rank of Cavaliere 
in the Order of Merit for work in 
behalf of Italian culture. He 
became a member of The 
Christian Science Board of 
Lectureship in 1968, and a 
teacher of Christian Science in 
1970. ' "* , 



Are you the person 
you want to be? 



Come to this Christian Science Lecture 

"Become What You Are!" by Harold Rogers 

a Christian Science practitioner and teacher 

8 P.M., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 

UPPER GRADE SCHOOL, ANTIOCH 

< 4 mile north of Lorenz* Smart Country House 



Christian 





In St. John 7 we read how 
Jesus taught and healed the 
sick. This is brought out this 
week in the Lesson-Sermon 
entitled "Doctrine of Atone- 
ment" and will be read at 
Christian Science church ser- 
vices Sunday. 

From Science and Health 
with Key to the Scriptures by 
Mary Baker Eddy we read "The 
atonement of Christ reconciles 
man to God, not God to man ; for 
the divine Principle of Christ is 
God. and how can God 
propitiate HimselfO" 

Services at First Church of 
Christ. Scientist, BEACON 
HILL. Rte 173 and . Harden, 
Antioch, Illinois begin at 11 a.m. 
All are welcome. • 



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year, has been hailed as the 




- The County Clerks of Illinois 
met in plenary sessions during 
the last week of September. It is 
always a challenge to spend a 
few days at the St. Nicholas 
Motel in Springfield where the 
stoppers "are regularly; V4" 
small in diameter than the 
bathtub drains, and where any 
closet or stioebox can revive 
pungent memories of .Paul 
Powell's half forgotten cache. A 
few days with the County Clerks 
themselves is also a treat. 

I left Lake County at S a.m. in 
order to be present for a 10:30 
session at which the proposed 
new Election Code was to be 
discussed. The dawn was not 
lovely, the fog was dense, and I 
spent the trip cultivating 
thoughts .on any subject other 
than how pleasant it would be to 
smoke a cigarette. When I 
arrived I. found the session on 
the Election Code had been 
cancelled. 

I sat through a deadly 
discussion of Illinois Municipal 
Retirement Fund benefits, 
1 followed by another on the new 
.Rubella legislation. This last 
subject was of particular 
interest to me because the 
whole ball of wax has just begun 
to give our staff a migrane of 
monumental proportions. 

The law, which became 
effective on October 1st of this 



is German Measles, that, 
disease which ^: can cause 
deformity, blindness or other 
sorts of tragic handicap in a 
child whose mother has 
contacted it during the first • 
three months of pregnancy. 
When the Rubella legislation 
was signed, Governor Ogilvie 
made a special trip to Lake 
County for a session of 
picture-taking and pen-swapp- 
ing with the sponsor, local State 
Representative John Conolly. 

This legislation requires that 
every woman (whether she is 18 
or -80) who applies for a 
marriage license in Illinois, 
have a physician's certificate 
Which testifies that she has 
undergone a 'hemagglutination 
inhibition test 1 (hereinafter 
referred to as an H.I. test); this 
certificate must accompany the 
standard one which tests for 
and reports the presence or 
absence of venereal disease. 
The H.I. test, when performed, 
indicates the presence of 
immunity to Rubella (or lack of 
such immunity). 

Starting with the premise that 
any plan which would really 
"wipe out the scourage of 
Rubella" should be heralded 
and implemented, we are 
confronted with this classic 
example of legislative vacuity. 
The ~ new law requires the 
administration of the H.I. test to 
all female applicants for a 
marriage license. They need not 
be of child bearing age 
(poignantly noted by several of 
the mature women who have 
called us) ; the test is required 
even for women who have had 
hysterectomies; the test is 
also required for women who 
have r had German Measles. 
Without the certificate indicat- 
ing that the test has been made, 
no marriage license may be 
issued. Understand then no 
immunization is required. And 



in fact there is no need to wait 
for the results of the test - she 
need never return to the 
physician for that information. 
AH that is required is that the 
test be performed. Meaningless 
hocus pociis! 

There Is another interesting 
facet to all this: the bride may. 
if she wishes, sign a statement 
saying that immunizations are 
contrary to her . religious ■ 
teachings; in that event the 
Clerk : may issue a license - 
without the te,st and without the 
doctor's certificate. Note the 
semantics of this: the young 
lady has religious scruples 
about, immunizations so she 
need not have the H.I. test. The 
H.I. test is NOT an immuniza- 
tion. No one is. asking her to 
have an immunization! And 
that of course is where the 
legislation loses its bit. At no 
point in this charade does 
anyone suggest -that the 
immunization be mandatory 
(even excluding those of 
conflicting religious beliefs). 

At the close of the presenta- 
tion at the County Clerk's 
convention, a strident voice 
from the back articulated some 
of the above objections. "This 



looks to me like an Election 
year Bill which will accomplish 
nothing except Public. Relations 
and personal puffery for its 
sponsor." said that Clerk with 
irritable contempt: "We will be 
turning people away constantly 
and sending them back to the 
laboratories. For another $15 
they will have this meaningless 
test performed which most of 
them will never even follow up 
on. And it is ludicrous to require 
it of women over 50. The whole 
thing is a blatant boondoggle!" 
It Is going to require legisla- 
tion with teeth (and sense)' to 
"wipe out the scourage of 
Rubella*'. This legislative non- 
sense won't even give it a good 
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The Chicago Area Creighton 
Club will hold its annual party, 
on Saturday. Oct . 21. at the 
Red Coach Grill. 1225 W. 22 sL. 
Oak Brook.' III. 

Guests from the University 
will include the Rev. William 
F. Kelley/S.J.. Director for 
Governmental Relations and 
Special Resources, and Bernie 
Conway. Alumni Director. This 
will be Mr. Conway *s last 
official visit to the alumni 
party since his is retiring in 
1973. 

Nearly 778 Creighton Uni- 
versity alumni have been 
invited to the party from the. 
Chicago arew which includes 
Antioch. 



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Last week at Antioch Com- 
munity High School the Annual 
College Night was a huge 
success if measured by the 
enthusiasm of the students and 
parents who attended. Almost 
50 representatives were present 
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The Annual College Night is 
organized by the AC! IS Gui- 
dance Department and provides . 
in many cashes, the family's first 
direct contact with post high 
school education. The guidance 
staff furnished students with a 
list of topics that served as a 
guide as to quest ions they might 
ask of the college representa- 
tives. It appeared that approxi- 
mately 4tm persons were in 
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By: Taffy Engelhard! 

The annual Junior-Senior col- 
lege Night held on Tuesday, 
October 3rd was an excellent 
opportunity for the students 
and their parents to receive 
first hand information about 
some vital questions concern- 
ing their future. There were 
over 40 representatives from 
different colleges providing 
information about their school 
and also to answer any 
questions that might come up. 
The 2-hour period was split up 
into four half-hour sessions 
beginning at 7:00 p.m. A signal 
marked the end of each 
session. Each representative 
was assigned to a separate 
area with his identification on 
a large sign. This was a very 
helpful evening that many took 
advantage of. 

A + CLUB had a short 
meeting to determine who was 
coming to all of the meetings. 
Those who don't come will lose 
their letter. Also, the five girls 
were chosen for the traditional 
Sequoia Queen and Court. No 
one outside of A-CLUB knows 
who they are as of yet since 
the "men" think they'll drive 
all the women curiosity crazy. 
Disgusting! 

COLORGUARD is trying to 
raise needed money by selling 
candles in assorted colors for 
$2.50 each. PLEASE help them 
out and buy some. 

Saturday's game against 
Grayslake was also Parent's 
Day. Proud parents, accom- 
panied by their football players 
or cheerleaders, were intro- 
duced at half-time. The 
parents all received corsages 
and boutineres and their 
presence at the game kept our 
spirit high. 

SENIOR APATHY? 

Applications, ACT Tests, 
money, grants, Parent's Con- 
fidential Statements, scholar- 
ships, colleges, savings, dec- 
isions, qualifications, money, 
study, save, study, college.... 



Sounds confusing, doesn't it? 
College-bound seniors have all ' 
these things going through 
their . minds. It's very confus- 
ing. So manf decisions to be 
made and everyone has some : 
advice for you. What' about 
your financial situation? These 
are all problems if you've 
already decided to go to 
college. Then, you have to 
decide WHERE to go. And 
what if you don't get accepted? 
And. what if you haven't even 
decided whether or not you 
even WANT to go to a college, 
trade school, etci? It's a vicious 
cycle. While worrying' about 
. these things, you still have 
your present obligations to 
fulfill. Keeping your grades up 
is important no matter what 
you end up doing in life. And 
some people are involved in 
extra-curricular activities that 
are very time-consuming. Be-, 
sides all that, the majority' of 
us are employed. 

I hope you have a more vivid 
picture now of what the life of 
a senior is like. It's a full-time 
job. Maybe, this explains why 
the seniors always seem to 
lack school spirit and seem 
separated from the other 
classes. They don't seem to 
belong anymore. We have our 
own lives to plan and we are 
more interested in one or two 
persons than being with a 
group of kids. 

Being a senior means being 
caught in the middle' You are 
not a "teeny-bopper" any- 
more; but then again, you're 
not an adult either. The 
decisions you have to make are 
going to be the basis for your 
entire life. For some reason, 
school spirit isn't quite as 
important to you as before. Is 
that what you call "apathy"? 

STUDENT COUNCIL 
MEETING 

This Week's meeting began 
with the initiation of the new 
freshman members. Student 
Court and Senior Final Exams 
were then discussed. 

Homecoming is our main 
area for discussion and work 
for the next two weeks. The 
time was changed from 8:30 - 
11:30 to 8:00 - 11:00, as we 
must keep in the curfew 
boundaries and also the hours 
of the underclasmen. 

The remainder of the meet- 
ing was devoted to committee 
reports given by committee 
heads. They were as follows: 

Bonfire and Pet Rally: Carol 
Wells, Field Decorations: 
Taffy Engelhardt, Parade Ap- 
plications: Wendel Bums, Half 
Time parade and judging 
floats: Mike Harvey, Queen 



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Tickets : Kin Schillinger, and 
Invitations: Fran Colette. 

Members were reminded not 
to procrastinate and the 
meeting was adjourned. 

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FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE 
BOARD 

The first Freshman Exec- 
utive Board Meeting: was held 
on Thursday, October 5. Many 
things were discussed about 
homecoming. Ideas were 
brought out into open about the 
float, the materials being used, 
and theme of their float. John 
Teres! is sponsoring them so 
he will be paying for all the 
materials. Freshmen are also 
in charge of all wood for the 
bonfire. So they discussed 
where, when and how they will 
be getting the wood. 

Obviously, the freshman 
class has no money saved, as 
they are new. Thanks to the 



help of many other outside 
people, things aire turning out 
well. 

COLORGUARD 

Color Guard's purpose is to 
present the colors at -school, 
activities. We present the flag 
at all home football and 
basketball games. We also 
march for P.T.A. meetings at 
their request. 

Color Guard consists of 21 
members, 7 each from the 
sophomore, junior, and senior 
levels. Requirements for color 
guard are that you be a 
member of G.A.A. and you be 
in good standing. Tryouts are 
held and new sophomore 
members are announced an- 
nually at the GAA Mother- 
Daughter Banquet. These girls 
will then hold the position for 
the remaining three years. 

Color Guard has three 
officers: Captain, one who 



gives the calls; Sargeant of 
Arms, one who is second in 
command and carries the' 
American Flag; and Secretary 
who records the minutes. r 

Because of the referendum's 
failure, we were told that 
unless we found an outside 
sponsor, we could not continue 
our organization. We are very 
pleased and lucky to have Mrs. 
Lagerstrom as our sponsor, 
pur assistant sponsor is Mrs. 
Kroeplin. 

We are also thankful to Doug 
Geiser, our drummer for the 
past two years. 



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Bill and^Siie McCafferty of 
Channel Lake are the proud 
parents of \ a .new son; born 
Saturday, October 7th. Little 
Ryan Patrick tipped the scales 



Antioch High School Seniors talk to one of 40 representatives from different colleges that took part in 
the Annual Junior-Senior College Nite last Tuesday night. The night was thought to be a great 
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Continued 

discussion was directed to 
Homecoming. It is the Seniors 
duty to select the Homecoming 
Queen. The nomination choices 
was. as high as 30. After a 
preliminary vote 10 candidates 
were chosen. They are: 

Georganne Bury, Wendy 
Erickson, Kathy Grunewald, 
Linda Lagerstrom, Jo Parpan, 
Kim Skapich, Kerry Shute, 
Connie Wieczorek, and Cindy 
Wilder. At a later date the vote 
will be narrowed down to 5, 
then to THE one. 

The only other topic discus- 
sed, was float. But you'll have 
to wait to find out what the 
Senior Class of '73 has in 
store!!!!! . Karen Bodin 



VETERANS TELEPHONE SERVICE 



Veterans and their depen- 
dents will be as close to the 
Veterans Administration Re- 
gional Office at Chicago as their 
telephone, Joseph J. Mulone, 
Director of the Chicago Re- 
gional Office, announced today. 
The service begins September 
11, 1072. 

The number to call is 
800-972-9140. Enter this number 
in the ready reference list of 
your telephone directory, 
Mulone urged. Through this 
new service, the number given 
will put callers through to the 
desk of a VA Benefits Counselor 
in the Regional Office. The calls 



are toll-free. Long distance toll 
is paid by the VA. 

The service will be available 
to Antioch residents from 8:00 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday 
through Friday; Mulone dis- 
closed. 

The VA Benefits Counselors 
provide information and assis- 
tance to veterans and their 
dependents in the VA programs 
of compensation and pension, 
vocational rehabilitation and 
education, insurance, medical 
care, GI loans and other VA 
benefits, as well as veterans 
benefits administered by. other 
Federal agencies, Mulone con- 
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ZONING NOTICE 

OF PUBLIC HEARING 

VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH, 

ILLINOIS 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 

A public hearing will be held 
in the Village Hall, 874 Main 
Street, Antioch, Illinois, on 
Monday, October 30, 1972 at 
8:00 p.m. on the following: 

Petitioner: John Blackman 
and Lorraine Blackmail, his 
wife 

Location or Address of 
Property Involved: 

304 Park Avenue and 317 
Park Avenue, Antioch, Illinois 

Legal Description: Lot 11 in 
Block 1 and Lot 8 in Block 2 in 
. Renselaer and Johonnott's 
Addition to Antioch, being a 
subdivision of part of the 
south east quarter of the 
southwest quarter of Section 
8, Township 46, North, Range 
10, lying east of the 3rd p.m., 
according to the plat thereof 
recorded October 8, 1890 as 
Document 43085 in Book "B" 
of Plats, Page 31 in Lake 
County, Illinois. , 

Change in Classification 
(Sought: Variation and modifi- 
cation to the R-5 Multiple - 
Family Dwelling District to 
permit the petitioners to 
erect multiple family 
dwellings. Variation to be 
made to the lot require 
ments. . 

All persons desiring to 
I appear and be heard for or 
against said petition may 
appear at said hearing and be 
I heard thereon. 

Dated this 6th day of 
| October, 1972. 

Village of Antioch 

Zoning Board of Appeals. 

Grant Spong 

Chairman 

U^w * ' > . October 11, 1972 



FALL-A season 

FOR FIRES 



The Antioch Fire Department 
was kept on. their toes this 
weekend as they battled three 
fires in the Antioch area, the/; 
first fire occured at about 9:50 
P.M. Saturday night. ' at 
Kruppos Happy Acre Trailer 
Park. A trailer, belonging to 
Mr. Ed Larson of Berwyn, was 
completely destroyed. The loss 
was estimated at $2,800. ^The 
cause of the fire was attributed 
to a faulty space heater. 

The second fire occured 
Sunday morning at 1 a.m. on 
Stonegate Drive. $11,000 
damage was done to the house 
which is owned by Helen Burke. 
No one was home at the time of 
the <fire and its cause is 
undetermined at this time. 

The third fire, which was car 
fire, occured Sunday afternoon 
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his big brother. Sean Oniel who 
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his toys with his new brother. ; 
Sue is the daughter of 
Richard and Betty Davis of 
Sunriyside Camp Rd. Sharing 
the happy grandparents honors 
are Mr. and Mrs. i George 
McCafferty of Walnut Miss, 
and maternal great-grand' 
mothers Mrs. Alvhia Willctt of 
Channel Lake and Mrs. Harriet 
Davis of Los Asos, Calif. 
Congratulations to' the happy 
families. 

Happy birthday - to Debbie 
Bailey who celebrated her 7th 
birthday on" Friday Sept 2iMli 
with a party for some of her 
friends. The children enjoyed 
playing games along with the 
delicious ice cream ._ and 
birthday cake at the end of the 
party. 

- Janet Bjork celebrated her 
9th birthday on Monday. 
October 9th with a party at her 
home. All Janet wanted for hci\ 
birthday party was cheese 
cake, neopolitan ice cream and 
candy turtles. Those are her 
favorite foods and thats just 
what her mother. Barb Bjork 
prepared for her. Happy 
birthday. Janet. 

A surprise birthday party 
was held on Saturday. Sept. 
301 h for a very surprised John 
Sershon. The party was held at 
the home of Kick and Kathy 
Ben reus and planned and 
hostessed by John's wife. 
Vickie. Among the guests were 
Marg and John Jlunyard. Bill 
and Barb Bailey. John and 
Kay Sershon, Mike and Mary 
Jo Zeien and Bill Sershon. The 
evening was very enjoyable 
and filled with guitar playing 
and sing a longs, along with 
some delicious refreshments. 
It was the first surprise party 
John ever had and a very 
successful one. at that. * 

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GOLD TROPHY 

(L to r) Greg Aschbacher, Johnny Schmidt, Dick Smith, Scott 
Gallagher, Richard Otterson and Jim Perlstrom. 




SILVER TROPHY v 

(1 to r) Kevin Hassett, David Frook; Walter Nowakowski, Alfred 
Roth and Matt Warner. Steve Sheedlo (not present) 

COMPLETES LEASING MANAGEMENT COURSE 



Mr. Lee D, Masser, of 
Lyons-Ryan Ford Sales, Ant- 
ioch, Illinois, has just com- 
pleted a Leasing Management 
Course conducted at Ford's 
Chicago Marketing Institute. 

The course is one of a 
number offered by Ford 
Marketing Institutes to benefit 
Ford and Lincoln-Mercury 
customers by emphasizing 
after-purchase service and 



customer relations. 

Subjects range from man- 
agement . and merchandising 
courses for dealers and their 
department managers to sell- 
ing courses for salesmen. In 
addition, there are courses for 
selected Ford Motor Company 
personnel. Courses are dev- 
eloped from methods used by 
successful dealerships. Full- 
time, professional instructors 
conduct, the classes. 

The Institutes employ the 
latest personnel development 
techniques and equipment, and 
stress group participation in 
simulated selling or manage- 
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There will be a Breakfast 
Enrollment on Sunday;. October 

22, 1972 at 9:00 am.Les Palmer 
and his crew will be our cooks. 
The ladies} are j^iii^^Bring 
your eligible candidates and : 
join us for a good breakfast and 
the enrollment ceremony. 
I The Legion of the Moose will ' 
hold their first pot luck dinner 
and meeting for theLegionnaires 
and their wives oh ^Sunday, 
October 15, 1972 at 4:00 p.m. All 
legionnaires welcome. 

We wish a very Happy 
Birthday to Dorothy Laursen, 
wife: of Brother Howard 
Laursen, on Friday, October 

;i3ttw ?>,-. 

Antioch Loyal Order of Moose 
No. 525 offers .their congratula- 
tions to Boy Scout Troop 92 on; 
their very very .successful 
Spagetti Dinner held at the 
lodge Sunday, October 8th. 
Congratulations to all involved. 

The cooking will be done by. 
Mike Mezzano and crew for the 
fish fry on Friday, October 13th 
from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Members 
and guest welcome. ' 



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(1 to R( Paul Sertic, Keith Larsen, Jon Gibson, Pat McCann, Brian 
Andrews. Marvin Gibson. The trophys were presented to all the 
hoys by Mr. John Udell, Sales Manager of Lyons-Ryan Ford 
Mercury. 

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Scquoit Auxiliary VFW met 
on October 9th. Most of the 
meeting was spent planning 
and pricing the many lovely 
items to be sold at the Fall 
Festival Bazaar to be held on 
November 3rd and 4th at the 
State Bank. 

Christmas gifts and birthday 
presents can be purchased by 
a big selection of items. Side 
lines of the bazaar will be a 



bake sale and a Surprise Grab 
Box. 

A donation was made to 
Downey Hospital for Canteen 
Books, and also their 
Christmas Party fund. Olive 

Olive Hallwas served 
refreshments which were en- 
joyed by all. 

The next meeting will 
held on November 13th. 



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please nobody. 

Even today, we 
have expressed 
better. Through 
Amendment we were granted 
the freedom of speech and feel 
that it is our duty as well as 
our obligation to exercise it 
freely. Especially, today, as 
the elections round the corner, 
we feel that it is our duty, as 
the voice in the community, to 
honestly and objectively, 
identify the candidates. To 
seek out the opinions and 
reactions of the candidates" 
concerning the problems fac- 
ing our community. An in- 
formed public is one that is 
best able to help itself. 

In the United States there 
are over 1,800 daily papers and 
there are more than 50,000,000 
copies of newspapers sold 
everyday. It is important to 
remember that there is really 
only one distinction between 
"our way of life" and that of 
oppression ridden countries 
and that is independence of 
expression. The ANTIOCH 
NEWSstands as physical proof 
that . the independence of 
expression is a living fact in 
the United States. It will 
continue to do so long as the 
local newspaper remains an 
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ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20): Solar influence* favorable for new business, career 
opportunities. Watch your grooming and you'll create a favorable im pre ssio n. - 
Family disagreements could upest you Monday and Tuesday. Sunday is favor- 
■ able for recreation, family outings, 

TAURUS (Apr. 21-May 20): Concentrate on business, work Friday and devote 
yourself to pleasing family, friends over the weekend. A good time for soda! 
activities. Possibility of improved finances through a surprise asset Wednesday 
and Thursday. [3 '■ 

GEMINI (May 21-June 21): Romantic and career signs soar! This could be 
the time to pick a new career or seriously consider choosing a life partner. Your 
star signs extremely favorable for new beginnings. Be wary of finances. Check the 

" fine print In any document or transaction. 

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CANCER (June 22- July 21): Don't' let anyone talk you into doing anything 
immoral or unethical. Fallow your own intuition Friday through Monday. A 
good time to shop for bargains over the weekend. Solar signs indicate a lucky 
turn for you Wednesday or Thursday. 

LEO (July 22- Aug. 22): Watch your budget and be especially careful while 
' traveling this weekend. First part of week. Monday, through Wednesday, could 
be profitable period for creative or business projects. Star signs indicate caution ' 
In romantic matters. 

VIRGO (Aug. 23- Sept 22): Don't let gossip spoil your relations with loved 
ones. There could be difficulties with persons bom under Aquarius, Taurus." 
Possibility or important changes in your life Tuesday through Thursday. A new 
Job or social contact could be the key. 

LIBRA '(Sept. 23-Oct 22): Widen your social circle this weekend. Excellent 
time for outing with friends, relatives or church group. A secret ambition or 
wish could be brought nearer to fulfillment Monday or Tuesday. Splurge m 
little on clothes, accessories that will improve, your appea r a nc e. 

SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 22): Fight the blues by breaking away from routine. 
Weekend especially favorable for recreational activities. You may be tempted ' 
to. become romantically involved with, someone who isn't right for -you. Be 
careful of, possessions, or you could lose something valuable through theft or 

damage. 

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21): Planetary influences favorable for public 
contact: You could make • good impression on. someone special Concentrate 
on work and be sure to leant all the detail* before committing yourself to. new 
projects or associations. Finances may be bothersome. 

CAPRICORN (Dee. 22- Jan. 20): Tend to matters involving the home. Take 

care In any investment or financial decision joint finances. Surprise good news 

. could be forthcoming Wednesday or Thursday. Career, buatress signs, favorable. 

AQUARIUS Van. 21.-Feb. IB): Saturday-Sunday favorable fur socialising with 
friends, but you'll have to be diplomatic to maintain harmony with family. 
Don't lose your temper in dealing with mate or business asso ci at es . Watch your 

budget .■•..-. 

PISCES (Feb. I0-Mar. 20): Pay no* attention .to gossip- mongers. Loose Ulk 
can make you unhappy. Excellent period for shopping Saturday. Buy something 
;. extravagant to please yourself. Be euro to get plenty of rest first part of week 
•- and follow your hunches Wednesday, Thursday. Your intuition is a winner! 

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STUART THE 1ST 

Stuart Slavik, of Lake ViUa 
was a first place winner in oils 
at Woodfield's Art Festival. 

The festival was held on 
September 30 and October 1 
during which time thousands of 
art lovers filled the Grand Court 
and the malls of the Woodf ield 
Shopping Center at the intersec- 
tion of Rte 53 and Golf Road in 
Schaumburg. 

A juried collection of the work 
of 190 award-winning artists 
was the attraction of the 
beautiful fall weekend. Ribbons 
were awarded in five 
categories; oil, watercolor, 



acrylics, sculpture, and mixed 
media by a panel of 
distinguished judges. 



THERESA METER 
BEGINS STUDENT 

-; Nearly 500 student teachers at 
Southern Illinois University $t\ 

, Carbohdale are receiving in- 
the-classroom professional ex- 
perience in area public schools 
and in schools of Cook County 
during the fall quarter. 

Included is Theresa M. Meyer 
of Rte 4 Antioch, who will 
student-teach in . September, 
October, November and 
December in Chicago. 



MICHAEL R GEIGER 

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Army Private Michael R. 
Geiger, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
William H. Geiger, Route 1, 
Antioch, 111., recently com- 
pleted eight weeks of basic 
training at the U. S. Army 
training center, infantry, F. 
Polk, La. 

He received instruction in 
Drill and ceremonies, wea- 



. WILLIAM M Bl'SSELL 

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Navy Seaman William M. 
Bussell. son of Mr, and Mrs. 
Samuel D. Bussell of Route 3. 
Lake Villa, III;, is a crew- 
member of the submarine 
tender USS Dixon, which has 
returned to her homeport in 
San Diego after a four-month 
modification period at Paget 
Sound Naval Shipyard, 
Bremerton, Wash. 

He is a i970 graduate ' of 
Grayslake High School, Grays- 
lake, III. 



pons, map reading, combat 
tactics, military courtesy, 
military justice, first aid, and 
Army history and traditions. 

Pvt. . Geiger received hs 
training with company A of the 
1st Brigades 1st Battalion. 

The private is a 1971 
graduate of Antioch Com- 
munity High School. . 



PVT. JAMES A. MORTEXSEX 

Army Private James A. 
Mortensen, 20, son of Mr. and^> 
Mrs. Ralph I Mortensen, Route 
3, Lake Villa, Illinois, recently 
completed nine weeks of 
advanced individual training at 
the U.S>. Army Infantry Train- 
ing Center, Ft. Polk, La. 

He received general training 
as a light weapons infantryman . 
and as a mortar and recoilless 
rifle crewman, in addition to 
specialized weapons instruct- 
ion. • 

He also was taught the proper 
jse of high explosives and the 
placement, detection and dis- 
arming of mines. 

Teamwork was emphasized 
while he learned to work as a 
member of a rifle squad, 
mortar squad or direct fire 
section. Each team member . 
completed the training well 
qualified to perform other jobs 
in case of casualties. 

Pvt. Mortensen entered the 
Army in April of this year and 
pmpleted basic training at Ft. 
Polk. 

He is a 1971 graduate of 
Grayslake High School. 




Among the 46 student parti- 
cipants" at the sixth annual 
Tan-TarjrA Leadership Con- , 
ference recently sponsored by 
Central Missouri State Univer- 
sity was^ Bruce Volling, of 
Antioch. Students, administ- 
rators, and faculty conferred 
in informal sessions on improv 
ing campus organizations; 
communications and serving 
the University community. - 

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BARBARA SANDER 
CHOSEN CLC 
CHEERLEADER 

A panel of judges represent- 
ing College of Lake County 
students, faculty, and admin- 
istration chose Lancer cheer- 
leaders for the 1972-73 winter, 
sports program at the College. 
Of the nine girls chosen, six 
are regular cheerleaders, three 
are alternates. The girls are: 
Jackie Pierce of Zion, Barbara; 
Sander of Antioch, Cindy 
Gleich of Lake Villa, Barbara 
Wolf of Waukegan, Mary L 
Preston of Mundelein, and pee 
Cuhpmgham "of i liberty viUe. 
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week. Since then, he's made a lot of new Mends. 

Once people found out that Bob could tell them 
everything they wanted to know about electric 
heat, they started calling. And calling. 

It seems a lot of people around here donH want to 
spend another whiter with an old-fashioned heat- 
ing system. They want to find out for themselves 
about- the difference clean, modern electric heat 
can make. 






That makes Bob happy because he likes to make 
people comfortable. But Bob's not all heart. He 
also believes in wise decisions. 

That's why if you call Bob, he won't just sell you 
on electric heat. He'll help, you figure out how to 
save money and how to get the most out of the 
money you spend. like taking advantage of the 
special conversion allowance: 

If you haven't met Bob Johnson yet, please do. 
Call 662-4000. 



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FRIDAY MEN'S 
OCT. 6. 1972 

High Team Series: Fox River 
Gardens, 1018,1024,1019 - 3061 

High Individual Series: Tom 
Kaczmarek, 180,235,235 - 650 

Fox River Gardens 3, Michael 
Warren & Co. 0; Richard's 2, 
Lakeside Rest. 1; Paul's Paint 
2, Starr Enterprises l; Lil & 
Ed's 2, Hideaway 1 

GUYS AND DOLLS 
OCT. 2, 1972 

High Team Series: Antioch 
Answering Service - 1742. 

. High Individual Scorer: Roy 
Gundelach - 542. 

Team No. 7 3, Antioch 
Answering Service 0; Fox Lake 
Canvas 2, Team 6-1; A&B 
Printing 2, Gundelach Canvas 
1; Long Lake Lumber 2, Retail 
Clerks 1. 

WED 885 SCRATCH 
OCT. 4. 1972 

High Team Series: State 
Farm, 919,923,858 - 2700. 

High Individual Series: Al 
Alfano, 204,182,210 - 596. 
Charmglow 2, Buy Low Liquors 
1; John & Jerry's 3, Antioch 
Buildrs 0; State Farm 3, Fargo 
Ice 0; Paul's Shoe Repair 3, Joe 
& Helens 0. 



ANTIOCH MAJOR 
OCT. 6, 1972 

High Team Series: John & 
Jerry's , 876,1050,971 - 2897. 

High Individual Scorer: Del 
Brewer, 246,204,184 - 634. 

Team No. 10 3, B&R 
Locksmith 0; Bob's Shell 2, 
Spinney Run Farm 1; John & 
Jerry's 76-2, Tomasello's Pizza 
1; Kennedy's Pro Shop 2, 
Whipper & Son 1; GAA Oil 2, 
*Local Fire Ext 1. 




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ANTIOCH LADIES CLASSIC 
SEPT. 25, 1972 

High Team Series: First 
National Bank of Antioch, 
652,622,679 - 1953. 

High Individual Series: 
Karen Burdick, 176,186,180 - 542. 

Lorenz 2, Truman Gerretsen 
1; Antioch Savings & Loan 2, 
Antioch Lumber 1; First 
National Bank - Antioch 2, Coun 
. try Company Ins. 1; State Bank 
of Antioch .2, Antioch Sheet 
Metal 1. 

PINSPOTTERS 

SEPT. 22. 1972 

High Team Series: A & J Bar, 
833,804,847 - 2484. 

High Individual Series: Jo- 
Anne Stephen, 198,168,191 - 557. 

Mr. Wonderful's 3, Lepsi's 
Lodge 0; Barnstables 3, State 
Farm 0; Herb's Used Auto 
Parts 3, Wilton Electric 0; A&J 
Bar 2, Lakeside Resort 1; 
Schneider Trucking 2, Village 
Inn 1; Willow Park 2, Team No 
10-lv 

WED. NITE BUSINESS MEN 
OCT. 4, 1972 - 

High Team Series: Bill's 
Texaco, 886,850,852 - 2588; 

High Individual Scorer: 
Steve Whlean, 200,194,211 - 605. 

Kross Inn 2, First National 
Bank 1; Schenning Ins. 2, 
Lasco's 1; Bill's Texaco 2, 
Camp Lake TV 1; Active 
Specialty 3, Gibbs & Jenssen 0; 
A&B Printing 2, Bob's Carpet 
Cleaning 1; Lou's Log Cabin 2, 
Van Pattens 1. 



TEN PIN TOPPLERS 
OCT. 3, 1972 

High Team Series: Furlan's 
Dug-Out Inn, 802,850,812 - 2464. 

High Individual Series: Barb 
Oilschlager (A&B Printing) 233, 
165,146-544. 

Shure Fire Heating 2, Lake" - 
Villa Bank 1; Furlan's Dug Out 
2,Retail Clerks Union 1; A&B 
Printing 2, H. Gaston Printers 
1; Young Image 2, Carousel 
Shop 1; Anderson Heating 2, 
Tarfu Club 1; Hartnell Chev 3, 
Quaker Industries 0. 



CHAIN O LAKES MIXED, 

OCT. 4, 1972 

High .Team Series: Halings 
Resort -2476. 

High Individual Series : John 
Niewiedzial - 566; Jackie 
Vos-532. 

Halings Resort 2, Carousel 
Shop 1; Team 6 2, Antioch 
Savings 2, Walsh's All Seasons 
2, Ace Hardware 1; Modernize 
Decorating 3, Senator Karl 
Berning 0; B-J's Fashion for 
Men 2, Hahn Jewelry 1; Dairy_ 
Queen 2, First National Bank 1. 

ANTIOCH MIXED 
OCT. 7, 1972 

High Team Series: 740,731,673 

• 2144 . 

High Individual Scorer :Men's 
High Series - Don Richards-600; 
Men's High Game-Roger Dewar 
-Women's High Series: Dot 
Lindblad - 515; Women's High 
Game - Fay Veltum - 211. 

The topplers 2, State Bank No. 1 
1; Odd Couples 2, State Bank 
No. 2-1; Doers 2, Ding-A-Lings 
1; The Little Stinkers 2, Charlie 
Browns Mod Squad 1; Joe & 
Helens 2, AVs Villa Lounge 1; 
The Wrecking Crew 3, Atwood 
Floors 0.' 




Ron Hellster, a 1964 graduate 
of Antioch Community High 
School, recently took over the 
Varsity Swimming Coach posi- 
tion at Weber State College. 



Weber State is located in pgden, 
Utah and is a member of the 
N.C.A.A. Big Sky Conference. 
(7500 students) 

Ron graduated from Utah 
State University in 1968, /then' : 
returned to Illinois where he 
taught Physical Education for 
four years. After compiling a 
coaching record of 108-21 in 
basketball in Waukegan and 
Antioch, as well as coaching 
A.A.U. swimming teams in the 
summers, he was offered a 
Graduate Assistantship in 
Physical Education and 
Athletics at Utah State Univer- 
sity. ■ ■ ,' ■ ■ - [ i 

In addition to earning his 
Master's Degree at U.S.U. atid 
coaching at Weber State he is in 
the U.S.U. Stake Mission 
Presidency of the Church of 
Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints. * 



EMMONS STREAK HALTED 



Emmons Grade School dropped 
their seasons opener 8 - to 
Grass .Lake School. Emmons 
had run up a string of 67 straight 
conference wins covering two 
and one -half years, and three 
sports. 

Grass Lake took the lead 
midway through the second 
quarter, when Terry O'Brien 
tried to run a punt out of the end 



zone and was trapped for a 
safety. 

Scott Nohava opened the lead 
early in the third quarter to its 
final margin. With the Braves 
driving, Nohava rolled out and 
skirted right .end*. He out raced 
all the defenders to the goal line 
for the games final score. 

The two teams played to a 
standstill from that point. 



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" Liberty vilie's Ted Richter 
Was voted the **Most popular 
Driver" at the Waukegan 
Speedway this season and he 
received his trophy award 
SUnday afternoon October lat 
the annual Speedway Outing 
and Trophy Dance. , V 

Richter also ^picked up the 
third place trophy and check 
for his spot in the -point " 
standings and picked up the 
team award in behalf -- of the 
Lakeland Bus Company. ^ 

'Champion George Dukas of 
Zion was ) on hand for - his 
championship trophy and $500, 



bonus check. Dukas won 15 
features on his wav to his first 
title. 

Chuck Bostick of Waukegan 
took second in the point race 
and Joe Horn of Zion was 
fourth.. Ed Smith of Gurnee 
rounded out the top five as all 
were on hand for their trophies 
and checks. . £ ';■; 

Among the special awards' 
winners were Dennis Heiskala 
of Wadsworth as "Rookie of 
the Year", Dian Smith of 
Gurnee as "Powder Puff 
Queen" and Dave Horst of 
Gurnee as "Most Improved 



« Antiochs Jaycees are spon- 
soring a Turkey Shoot /at the 
Kenosha County Conservation 
Club, on October 22nd. The top 
gun shoot -Off is for a Weber 
Grille. The shoot will begin at 11 
a.m.. no admission will be 
charged and refreshments will . 
be available. 



In conjunction with the shoot 
the Jaycees are holding a raffle 
for a Brownie Automatic. The 
gun is described as a 12 guage. 
3" in magnum. 30" full choke 
and retails for $272.50. Tickets 
for the raffle are 25 cents a 
piece or 5 for a dollar and will be 
avialable at the State Bank. 



Stanley's Men's Fashions, aiid 
the Fur Feather and Fin. . 

The Jaycees also . wish to 
announce -that they will be 
sponsoring a. smoker for young 
men from 21-35 at the Angel's 
Restaurant on October li» at 
H:tH). They guarantee free beer 
and a good time for all. 



CLC 2ND IN TRIANGULAR MEET 



Former Gray slake High 
School standout Scott Falknor 
set a course record Wednesday 
as the College of Lake County 
cross country team finished 
second to Oakton Community 
College in a triangular meet at 
CLC. Waubonsee Community 
College finished third. 

Falknor, in winning his first 
race ever for CLC, not only 
finished in record time, but he 
beat last year's top two runners 
in the Skyway Conference. 
Roger Martinez of Waubonsee 
and Oakton 's Mike Gelder- 
mann, who finished second and 
third respectively. 

The triangular also marked 

RIFLES SIGN 
4 NEW MEN 

The Lake County Rifles beat 
the deadline Saturday in signing 
players for the remainder of the 
Central States Football League 
by putting four players under 
contract. 

The group is led by Lee 
Wahlgren who last year was 
elected all-league offensive 
. center when he played with the 
Rifles. Wahlgren is a graduate 
of Bradley University and was 
an all-state selection at Pitts- 
field, Illinois, He currently lives 
in Princeton, Illinois, where he 
teaches high school. 
. He wanted to play again this 
year but the nightly commute to 
practice of more than 100 miles 
each way was too much for him. 
The Rifles, however, needed 
help at center for their often 
injured Ernie Coleman and 
prevailed upon Wahlgren. He is 
30 years old and weighs 230 
pounds standing 6 ft. 2 in. tall. 

Also signed was Ed Francois, 
30, dean of boys' at Hufford 
Junior High School in Joliet. He 
is a flanker who spent, two 
seasons with the Minnesota 
Vikings a decade ago after 
graduating from Tennessee 
State where he was an all 
Midwest Conference player and 
named to the Pittsburgh 
Courier Black All American 
team. . 

" Steve Pelot, 23, 215 pounds, 6 
ft 1 in. tall fullback and halfback 
also signed. He was named to 
the second string college All 
/American team when he was at 
the University of South Dakota. 
He HVes in the Chicago suburb 
of Hazel C^est where he is a 
schoolteacher. 

The fourth player signed is 
Mark Metcalf , a half back from 
1966 to 1971 for -the Rifles who 
had planned to retire i until- a 
number of injuries on the squad 
-caused the team to ask him to 
return. Mejcalf,"30v 180 pounds 
;', and nearly 6 feet tall is a 



the debut of CLC co-ed runners 
Carole Runyan, Mary Johnson, 
and Debbie Tripp. 

CLC f innishers were Leon 
Cuellar, Lake Zurich, fifth; Jeff 
Barton, Waukegan, ninth; Jim 
Painter, Gurnee, eleventh; 
Steve Bishop, Zion, twelvth; 
and Gary Racine, Antioch, 
fourteenth. 



Driver" . 

George Garrett of Zion 
gathered in the "Hard Luck 
Driver" trophy and he seemed 
intent on getting it as in the 
final night of racing he 
demolished his car and nearly 
flipped it on the homestretch 
concrete wall. 

Promoter Gordon Sill an- 
nounced the tentative opening 
date for 1973 as the first 
Saturday night in April with 
the late model sportsman class 
racing. 



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SEQUOITS FALL TO RAMS 



On last Saturday the Antioch 
Sequoits played their fourth 
game of the season. It was a 
beautiful day out and to make 
things better it was also 
Parent's Day. The stands were 
full of cheering students and 
he-flowered parents. 

Sadly enough this was the 
setting for the teams fourth 
defeat as our Sequoits lost to 
the Grayslake Hams 26 to 0, 
The game was characterized 
by illegal procedure calls and 
the Sequoits suffered set back 
alter set back. 

Grayslake scored early in 
the first quarter as Mcndralla 
caught a 7 yard pass from 
Greg Pate and then went in for 
the first touchdown. Antioch 
then recievod the kick-off anti 
returned it to Grayslake's 41 
yard line. It was gallantly 
carried by Charlie Chapman 
from the 7th yard line. 

The stands were cheering 
than as Kred Popp passed the 
ball to Bob Bailey who ran 
with the ball for '.19 yards and 
juhuliantly scored Antioch's 
first touchdown. Unfortunately, 
it only remained a touchdown 
for a Tew seconds as the 
touchdown was called back 
and the Sequoits were 
penalised 15 yards. 

With only 5 minutes and 50 
seconds left of the first 
quarter. Greg Pate ran two 
yards for his second touchdown 
and the score climbed 12-0. The 
score climbed further following 
a conversion piny as Pate 
made a pass from Mcintosh 
and in the second quarter as 
Mike Spychala made a one 
yard plung raising the score 
20-0. , 

After an exchange of punts, 
Grayslake had it 4th and 2nd 
on the 44th yard line when 
Doug Banwart boldly intercep- 
ted a pass and ran 40 yards for 
a touchdown. The excitement 
was tremendous, however it 
was to he. squelched in the next 
few seconds as an illegal 
procedure was called and the 
touchdown was called back. 
Unfortunately. Antioch had 
twelve men on the field at the 
time of the touchdown. 

The Sequoits then managed 
to hold the Hams back until the 
fourth quarter when Dave 
Hunyon managed to plunge 5 
yards bringing the score 26-0. 

However, regardless of the 
statistics, good defensive, plays 
were made by Antioch players. 



Steve Dziki, Glen Amundsen, 
Keith Larsen and Charlie 
Chapman. Also, Dan Hunting- 
ton was skillfully able to get 
Antioch out of the hole several 



times with his fantastic punt- 
ing. One of them averaged 72 
yards, which is great for. a 
high school boy. 



Steve Vasquez makes the opening kick-off as the 
Sequoits played the Grayslake Rams last 
Saturday. The parents fyf the players were the 
honored guest and the GA colorguard also 
performed (Staff Photo) 




QUt CMS -TVS 
by: "Tork" Torkleson 



The GA colorguard of Antioch highlighted the football game on Saturday as they marched out on the 
field in their blue and white uniforms in perfect formation. Captain of the colorguard is Wendy Stout, 
Secretary Barbara Dodd and Sgt of Arms, Linda Lagerstrom. The members of the colorguard are: 
Cathy Grunewalk, Marsha Kreoplin, Sue Nelson, Jacki Jansen, Tracy Teltz, Sue Rigby, Deanne 
Carrol, Rachelle Radke, Mleia Church, Laura Kessler, Kris Lukas, Linda Kasik, Sandy Herbert, 
Terry Schleysener, Kim VAsek, Karen Major, Cheryl Surrock and Debbie Pilcher. (Staff Photo) 



FltOSII-SOPII TAKE 3RD IN 
CROSS COUNTRY MEET 

The Antioch Cross Country 
team traveled to Mundelein for 
the Mundelein invitational, 
Saturday, October 7. It inclu- 
ded 11 schools. Ribbons were 
given to the top 15 runners in 
each race and 1st and 2nd 
place team trophy on Frosh- 
Soph and Varsity. 

For Antioch, Mike Harland 
took 2nd in the Frosh-Soph 
race and George Peirce placed 
Uth. These two boys, won 
ribbons for themselves. Other 
placers for Antioch were Jim 
January 18th. Robert Dubek 
24th. and Steve Stahmer 29th. 
Antioch placed 3rd in the meet 
with 84 points being beat by 
Mundelein 2nd with 75 points 
and Wauconda 1st with 70 
points. 

On the varsity level Antioch 
placed 8th and Tim O'Neill 
won a ribbon by placing 10th in 
the meet. 




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LIGHTS - Have someone 
help you and check that 
headlight high and low beams 
operate properly. 

Turn Signals: with the 
ignition on, the following 
lights should, flash when the 
turn signal is activated: 
parking, instrument panel 
turn indicator and. brake 
lights. 

Rear Lights: with the 
ignition on place the trans- 
mission selector in reverse 
and make certain back-up 
lights are on. Step on brake 
pedal and check that all brake 
lights are on. 

SEAT BELTS - Examine 
belts for cuts or unusual wear 
and be sure latches open and 
close' easily and stay secure 
when closed. 

VISIBILITY - Inspect all 
car' windows for cracks that 
might possibly spread and 
obscure vision during high 
speed driving. 

With the engine running, 
test operation of the wind- 
shield wipers and fluid level in 
washer reservoir. Add anti- 
freeze to the reservoir during 
cold weather. 

TIRES - Flat spots on the 
tire tread or vibration while 
driving may indicate that 
wheels are out-of-balance/ 
Excessive wear on one side of 
a tire means front-end 
alignment may be needed. 
Check that each tire's "cold" 
pressure (after car has been 
parked at least one hour) 
meets the specifications on the 
manufacturer's decal on the 

I car. Wear on center treads 
can be caused by over 
inflation. Examine each tire 
for cuts or imbedded objects. 

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FORD MERCURY SALESI 



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